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Bill Swallow wrote:
> I've been in this field for over 5 years now (www.mapinfo.com). We
> have 15 writers worldwide. The online mapping is near-recent on the
> scene, but GIS/mapping software and business intelligence use of them
> has been ongoing for at least a couple decades now.
Thanks for the response, Bill. It seems that a picture is worth a lot
more than I imagined. Business intelligence data collection is pretty
traditional, but using GIS for visual reporting on a spatial data mine
is a bullseye. Score!
I love the Case Studies page on the MapInfo.com website. Btw, it make me
wonder why tech writers don't produce more case studies? But that's
another thread. ...
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