Location Analytics in Start-ups
People who like to share and discuss about the worlds of enterprise and technology, are quite aware that data analytics has skyrocketed significantly in recent years. Surprisingly, startups are seizing upon as a high-potential means of growth and development in location analytics, which help them to ‘geo-enable’ their business data allowing for deeper insights and a more informed approach to problem solving!
Although, location analytics might sound rather sophisticated or complex, the range of businesses which could gain a competitive advantage through the use of location analytics is really very broad. Location Analytics will let Start-ups do more and make sense of data. Retail, real estate, energy, insurance, manufacturing, healthcare, government, planning, public safety — every industry under the sun will be benefitted from location data and analysis.
Fortunately, a global giant in this industry is making great efforts to help spread the benefits of this technology to new and emerging business.
Esri Startup Initiative:
The company’s unique Startup Program enables the most promising emerging businesses to incorporate location analytics into their services and solutions. By providing access to Esri’s flagship ArcGIS platform at no cost, selected startups can leverage new dimensions of data and visualization capabilities to create breakthrough advancements and deliver truly innovative products to market that address everything from public safety to disaster response, legislation to weather impacts on energy sources.
Esri Startup Program members also gain access to Esri’s global community of over 350,000 clients and more than 3,500 Esri employees and each member joins as an emerging partner in the Esri Partner Network (EPN) which consists of more than 2,000 partners worldwide. In addition, the program includes opportunities for co-marketing and networking with industry experts at events organized by Esri.
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