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Published on: December 08, 2011
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 4 pages
Until it added spatial analytics to its business intelligence system, one of the country's leading retailers was wasting money in how it routed 10,000 technicians who make 11 million home-repair calls each year.
When a building material manufacturer enhanced its business intelligence-based warranty system with data-driven maps, it quickly became apparent that claims related to premature product degradation were clustered and shared some unusual climate characteristics.
Forward-looking insurance companies are using a combination of location data and business intelligence to create policies based on the actual economic and geographic realities of a precisely defined area of interest, rather than just ZIP code boundaries.
All these scenarios share the benefits and success from incorporating business intelligence (BI) and geographic analysis into their data analytics. Read this paper to learn about this new technique, location intelligence (LI), the technologies behind it and how it can significantly improve your business.