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The overlap between Business Intelligence tools and GIS software

April 08, 2020 1 min read

The overlap between Business Intelligence tools and GIS software

 A podcast for the geospatial community

This week on the podcast Kent Marten from Tableau explains the cross over between business intelligence tools and traditional GIS software. We also explore the challenges around self serve mapping and answer the question "Is location still the next big thing"

This episode is sponsored by GraphHopper 

GraphHopper provides web services to add for route planning, navigation and route optimization to your application in the food delivery industry or for traveling salesmen. 

 

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