Geospatial Intelligence for Operational Excellence

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 | 10:15 AM

CCNJ is pleased to present this webinar that will focus on practical steps that organizations can take towards digital transformation, particularly to support operational excellence.

Geospatial Intelligence for Operational Excellence: Removing the Buzzwords from Digital Transformation

About this Webinar: 

Digital Transformation, Geospatial, ESG, Supply Chain Management, Big Data, AI, VR/AR – any of these terms sound familiar?

They are all interrelated in one way or another and are all supposed to help business be more efficient and effective.  But, today, it can feel like a lot of hand-waving and buzzwords.  This presentation will focus on practical steps that organizations can take towards Digital Transformation, particularly to support operational excellence.  Weston and Esri will explain how to create an enterprise-wide decision platform and show some examples of how this single-source information repository can be used to drive operational excellence through location intelligence.


Ryan Leatherbury, Technical Director and Market Lead for Enterprise Visualization and Analytics at Weston Solutions, Inc.

Ryan has more than 25 years’ experience as an information-focused environmental consultant.  Ryan combines a strong, broad environmental background in compliance, remediation, and water resources with a passion for technology to deliver advice and solutions that support his clients’ missions.  Ryan has a B.S. in Civil Engineering and an M.S. in Data Analytics. He has worked with a variety of clients, including chemical and petrochemical clients, as both an information and environmental consultant.

Micah Callough, Technology Director, Architecture, Environment & Construction (AEC), Esri

Micah is the Technical Director for Architecture, Environment, and Construction (AEC) sector services, based in Denver, Colorado.  He has a background in technology delivery, based on his 25+year career in the AEC space. Before joining Esri, he spent eighteen years working for a leading AEC firm across their Water, Infrastructure, Environment, Buildings and Global Digital Solutions (IT) business lines. Throughout this period, he served as a GIS professional, a management consultant, project manager, a department manager, a technical leader, a technical sales leader, product manager, scrum master and a global IT director. His passion is transforming businesses using technology as a catalyst. When he is not at work, he is probably driving his van to his next outdoor adventure.


Registration is free for staff at CCNJ member companies. There are a limited number of spots available for attendees from non-member companies. There is a registration fee of $100 for attendees from non-member companies.