This week Bruce Buxton talks with Bill Gough, Senior Director, SAP. Bill is connected to all of the movers and shakers in SAP and Esri and can enlighten us on why we should care that HANA is a certified geodatabase.
The Gray Beard @ Critigen
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Bonny McClain, Geospatial Analyst, Storyteller, and Author. Bonny is wicked smart and funnier than a rubber crutch (idiom straight from my grandpa)!
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Loren Mueller, Solution Architect, Critigen. Loren is the social media voice of Critigen. And a GIS implementer, integrator, and developer. A virtual GIS Jack of all trades!
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Tim Nolan, IT Applications Manager, Collin County, TX. In this interview, Tim shows how his tenure and leadership has nurtured the County’s spatial services and grown staff with respect and mentorship.
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Tiffanee Lang, GIS Analyst. This week we’re talking with a self described tech “Swiss Army Knife.” She is also an innovative spatial data thinker. This should be a great ride!
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Skip Heise, CEO, Geonexus. We will discuss the founding of Geonexus, how their GIS integration platform has come to be, and what the future of the platform looks like.
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Joe Howell, Principal Consultant, Critigen. Joe is one of our most experienced Geospatial practitioners and brings a wealth of experience in the North America Energy marketplace.
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Jaime Crawford, Senior VP Strategic Accounts, Critigen. This week we’re talking about GIS Integration and transparency and the value of collaboration between client and consultant!
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Tom Turchioe, SAP Hana Center of Excellence Director. We’re talking about how to put data on a map. If you have lots of business data not traditionally seen spatially, it can be more meaningful if viewed on a map.
This week Bruce Buxton talks with Mike Eggenberger, VP Sales, Critigen. We will discuss making virtual round tables work. It was really nice to actually have the attendees click on our Zoom or Teams links to talk to us live.