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Meet the SSP Replay and SSP Delta Product Team

November 27, 2017 By: Matthew Stuart Colton Frazier

As we mentioned in August, a few old SSP products have new names. “Transformer Manager” is now “SSP Lifecycle Assets“. “WFM” is now “SSP Lifecycle Work“. And “NBS” is now…

SSP Sync and Moving to Utility Network, Part 2: Going Live with Your Integrations and Users

November 10, 2017 By: Adam Tonkin

Learn how to plan and execute your migration in the first part of this two-part series about moving to Utility Network, including data, users & integrations.

UPDM FAQ: Utility Pipeline Data Model Frequently Asked Questions, Answered

SSP Innovations has migrated pipeline operators and gas utilities from Smallworld, PODS, and APDM to UPDM. Here are the UPDM FAQ we've gotten, and answered.

Customizing ArcGIS Pro (Part 2): MVVM Splash Screen

November 9, 2017 By: Gray Bohnen

Gray walks us through the steps of creating a basic splash screen in ArcGIS Pro. We learn about WPF data-binding and MVVM concepts along the way.

Utility Network Management for Gas: An Introduction

November 2, 2017 By: Ryan Potts

Esri's upcoming ArcGIS Utility Network Management Extension will contain some exciting new capabilities for utilities and pipeline operators using the ArcGIS platform to manage their pipe networks. This blog post…

Inside SSP Innovations: Ping Pong Culture at SSP

November 1, 2017 By: Corey Tokunaga-Reichert

A look inside SSP Innovations' ping pong culture, to see how the game is a break, a competition, and an opportunity to flex our coding muscles.