Tighe & Bond Named an Esri Cornerstone Partner
Firm shares a 20-year partnership in GIS innovation, commitment to Esri Technology
Tighe & Bond has been recognized as a Cornerstone Partner at the 2022 Esri Partner Conference (EPC) held in Palm Springs, California, this month. This acknowledgment recognizes Tighe & Bond for their long-term commitment to Esri and the GIS community. Cornerstone Partner recognition is given to organizations that have participated in the Esri Partner Network (EPN) for 20 years while demonstrating a consistent focus on helping customers succeed through the adoption of ArcGIS technology.
Tighe & Bond is a Northeast leader in consulting services. The firm is also a long-standing Esri Business Partner, providing geospatial consulting services to local government clients. Clients benefit from Tighe & Bond’s creative problem-solving and experience implementing the latest geospatial solutions using Esri technology.
“20 years ago, we recognized the value that a partnership with Esri would provide to help us bring the best geospatial capabilities to the market, supporting our diverse customer base. We have enjoyed a long, mutually beneficial relationship with Esri since day one,” says Shawn Shepard, a Senior Development Engineer at Tighe & Bond.
Tighe & Bond is actively engaged in the Esri Business Partner Program and was the first Esri Business partner in New England to receive the ArcGIS Online specialty. Other recent recognitions include the System Ready Specialty in 2021 and a Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award together with the Town of Jaffrey, NH, in 2020.
Technical Director of GIS, Nat Norton, leads Tighe & Bond’s GIS division, stating: “This award is a testament to the outstanding, talented GIS professionals of our GIS team at Tighe & Bond. For more than 20 years, they have leveraged the latest GIS technology in ways that continue to provide exciting new capabilities and efficiencies to our clients. We are pleased to be recognized as an Esri Cornerstone Partner and look forward to another 20 years of success with Esri.”