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Qbase delivers leading solutions in data management, analytics and visualization, including High Throughput Computing technologies. Our innovative technology makes your data work smarter and faster to drive better results at lower cost. Formed in 2005, Qbase provides complete technology solutions for several markets including government agencies, military organizations, nonprofits, healthcare providers and businesses. Qbase develops and markets advanced data solutions in collaboration with Qbase Data Services, Ltd., of Warrington, England, which allows our clients to take advantage of the proven data processes developed by Qbase U.K. The British firm’s 150+ clients include retail giant Staples; publishers Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal and McGraw Hill; nonprofit organizations such as Macmillan Cancer Relief of Great Britain, and business-training firm SkillPath. Qbase is based in Ohio and Washington, D.C. and is privately held, with majority ownership by company executives.

Contact Information

Website: http://www.qbase.us
Email Address: itsolutions@qbase.us
Phone: 937 458 0345
Address: 2619 Commons Boulevard , Dayton, OH, 45431

Press Releases

March 12th, 2012 - Qbase Releases Enhanced Software for MetaCarta Geointelligence Products

June 22nd, 2011 - Qbase Releases Next Version of MetaCarta Geographic Search and Referencing Platform Software

March 1st, 2011 - Qbase Releases Upgraded MetaCarta GeoSearch Toolkit for Solr

January 13th, 2010 - Qbase Releases Geospatial Data Tools

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