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Published on: July 31, 2012
Type of content: CASE STUDY
Length: 2 pages
Recently, a geographic information system (GIS) organization decided that they wanted to enhance the spatial processing capabilities and update the configuration of their current system offering.
One way they planned to accomplish this was by making their systems easily compatible with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 – a database that offers automated spatial index setup and data type features.
Explore this case study to gain a deeper insight into how the GIS company accomplished enhanced spatial processing of their system while being able to easily integrate it with SQL Server 2012. The end result included benefits such as:
- Improved client speed performance
- Improved insight
- Boosted efficiency
- Lower costs
- And more.