Founded in 1969, Esri is the global market leader in Geographic Information System (GIS) software, location intelligence and mapping and today has 4,000 staff in 73 countries.
Esri UK has over 450 employees with offices in Aylesbury, Cambridge, Edinburgh and Belfast. Esri technology is currently being used widely across Government, Defence, Utilities and Commercial. Within health and social care, UK customers include UK Health Security Agency, Public Health Scotland, NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit, NHS North Central London ICB, Autumna and the Association of Mental Health Providers.
Esri’s location intelligence tools are increasingly being recognised as powerful solutions to help organisations in the UK’s health and social care sector to make better decisions, optimise resources, and improve outcomes for patients and service users.
One of the key benefits of location intelligence tools is the ability to dive deeper into data and gain insights into health and social care needs and trends. By overlaying health data with demographic and environmental data, healthcare providers can gain a more comprehensive understanding of the underlying factors that contribute to health outcomes, such as social determinants of health.
This deeper understanding can help healthcare providers to develop targeted interventions that address the specific needs of different populations. For example, healthcare providers can use location intelligence tools to identify areas with high rates of diabetes and develop targeted interventions, such as education campaigns or community health initiatives, to help manage the disease.
In addition to analysing health data, location intelligence tools can also help healthcare providers to optimise resource allocation. By mapping the location of healthcare facilities and analysing patient demand, healthcare providers can better allocate resources to ensure that patients have access to the care they need, when they need it. As a result, social care providers across the UK are turning to Esri's location intelligence tools to gain a competitive edge and improve outcomes for patients and service users.
Esri’s technology is already adding significant value to the UK’s health and social care sector, helping healthcare providers make better decisions, optimise resources, and improve outcomes for patients, care seekers and service users. As the importance of location intelligence continues to grow, it is likely that we will see more and more organisations in the health and social care sector turning to solutions such as those offered by Esri to gain a competitive edge and improve the quality of care they provide.