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Esri Canada online store now open

Do you need ArcGIS software fast? Now, you can purchase select products immediately through our online store.

Do you want to access ArcGIS Pro at home for personal use? Have you ever run out of service credits while working on a project in ArcGIS Online? Are you ready to buy Esri CityEngine and continue building robust 3D models now that your free trial has ended?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then you’d be interested to know that Esri Canada has launched its online store:

We’re always thinking of ways to make it easier for you to access our software, so we’ve added this e-commerce capability to our website.

Now, you can take advantage of select ArcGIS software immediately – no need to pick up the phone.

Why shop at the Esri Canada online store?

  • Experience easy, guided online shopping in English or French at any time.
  • Choose from a selection of products priced in Canadian dollars.
  • Have your order automatically processed within minutes of purchase.
  • Download the software and use it immediately.

What products can you purchase online?

  • ArcGIS Desktop (includes ArcGIS Pro and ArcMap) & extensions
  • ArcGIS for Personal Use
  • ArcGIS Online credits (available in blocks of 1,000)
  • ArcPad
  • Esri CityEngine

Only commercial and personal use pricing are supported at this time. If you require volume discounts, please contact your nearest Esri Canada office.

Ready to buy?

All you’ll need are your Esri Account credentials and credit card, and you’re all set to shop online. (If you encounter any issues while making a purchase, please contact Esri Canada Customer Care.)

However, if you’re not ready yet to make a purchase, you can opt to sign up for a complimentary trial of certain products including ArcGIS and CityEngine – risk free.

So, get your shopping list ready and buy or try ArcGIS software today.

About the Author

Joy Chan is the Marketing Communications Manager for Esri Canada. She is passionate about sharing how people are telling their stories and engaging their communities using maps.

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