Until quite recently Location Intelligence was analyzed by “backroom” specialists using complicated desktop tools. Database could be available, but often only proprietary binary file repositories were used. Results were reported in a manner of printed maps or, if you were technically advanced organization, by PDF. Today Location Intelligence is everywhere, promoted by governments and enabled by organizations of all sizes. Enterprise GIS is part of your Enterprise IT and your specialists are using IT best practices.
Using a plethora of visual examples we will showcase some of the common tools and practices implemented for our local customers and partners to make it easier for them to develop and deploy Location Intelligence solutions.
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