Visual analytics firm, Qlik, has collaborated with Esri Singapore to provide industries with geographic and spatial analytics technology.
Through Esri's ArcGIC (Geographic Information System), a systematic cloud-based platform, users will be allowed to access and share maps, applications and data. As such, a user's location information will be gathered and translated into useful, intelligent maps.
The high-tech mapping system will also identify and tabulate connections between people, places and events-translating complex datasets into readable mediums through the universal language of smart maps. In addition, the data integration will enable patterns and trends to reveal tactfully.
The online maps are highly compatible with QlikView and QlikSense (available on QlikBranch). This tool provides customers with simplified access to powerful APIs of Qlik Solutions.
"From retail sales performance to urban planning, being able to seamlessly merge intelligent mapping with visual analytics is critical to smart, data-driven decision-making. Qlik is proud to partner with Esri Singapore to promote the benefits of combining mapping technology and visual analytics for organisations to drive better decision making. We look forward to pursuing more innovative projects together in the future," said CK Tan, Product Marketing, Qlik Asia Pacific.
"More than 80 per cent of our business data is location related. From understanding your customer information and their behaviours to managing chronic illness, pandemic patterns, and even business impact due to accessibility of transport networks - location essentially links different sets of business information together to provide executives with better informed decision making. Through our partnership with Qlik, we aim to help organisations understand the value of letting users see their data in new and provoking ways, allowing them to develop actionable plans to address real-world challenges, said Thomas Pramotedham, Chief Executive Officer, Esri Singapore.
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