The top five reasons to use ArcGIS Pro for parcel mapping

June 8, 2020 Sarah Sibbett

Esri Canada is excited about the opportunities for innovation that the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric can bring to our Canadian clients and their land records maintenance solutions. Esri Canada’s Land Information Solutions team has put together a StoryMap to share our top five reasons why your organization should consider making the switch to parcel mapping in ArcGIS Pro.

With a flexible, configurable data model, built-in tools to manage data integrity and quality, and the capability to capture the legal record or survey plan, the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric simplifies the process of working with your parcel data and standardizes parcel maintenance workflows.

From an operational management perspective, using the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric can contribute to increased mapping productivity, improved mapping data quality and enhanced user services. Take a look at the complete StoryMap here and feel free to drop us a line if you have any questions!

About the Author

Sarah Sibbett

Sarah Sibbett is a senior cadastral mapping consultant with Esri Canada’s Professional Services team. Her focus is on parcel mapping projects across Canada, where she works with clients to increase their productivity and efficiency with the Parcel Editor solution. Sarah has built a reputation for being a creative thinker with a skill for problem solving. She began her career in Esri Canada as a summer student 10 years ago and has served as a mentor for the Associate GIS Professional Program, where she coached and provided constructive performance feedback to outstanding graduates selected for the program.

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