Taking the location context into account when analysing business data allows for revealing spatial relationships, trends, dependencies, and patterns that would have been undetectable in traditional Business Intelligence applications. Location is a central factor in business and almost all business data has a location; a customer’s address, a store location, a competitor’s store, a sales territory, a delivery route or an administrative boundary and so forth.
While typical Business Intelligence systems handle the “Who”, “What” and “When” factors, the combination of Business intelligence and Geographical Information systems allow for new types of analyses by adding the “Where” factor to the analyses.
Who should attend Location Intelligence 2014?
Location Intelligence 2014 is unique in that its focus is on only the hottest most pressing issues that are directly affecting End Users today, bringing together Asset Managers, GIS Managers, Heads of Logistics, Market Insight Managers, Location analysts from major Retail, Logistics, Insurance, Utilities and Public Sector organisations from across Europe and North America.
How can you get involved in Location Intelligence 2014?
If you feel that you could add to the debate and discussion at Location Intelligence 2014, we’d be delighted to hear from you. Please drop us a line on +44 (0)207 872 5835 or email me at email@example.com
Secure your place early and take advantage of the early registration discounts. Book now
We look forward to seeing you in London this October
Jonathan Guest, Programme Director