Maintaining both a physical and a Web-based storefront is a serious dilemma for many retailers. Joe Francica discusses how GIS technology will be useful as merchants forsake the ideal site for the virtual showroom.
Julie Dosch says that customer segmentation information should be liberated from the confines of the database marketing department.
Ramona Currie argues that the Mercator projection gives a distorted view of the world, and that we ought to replace it.
Our publisher looks at the product design and marketing considerations behind MapPoint 2000.
Education professionals are discovering that GIS software provides a powerful classroom resource.
A review of four approaches to locating a retail site: radial studies, gravity models, drive time analyses, and radial filter analyses.
The swelling ranks of Americans aged 55 and older creates national health care challenges, especially in certain regions.
What an eventful month we’ve had! MapInfo splits with long-time partner Claritas. GDT buys its competition. Read our analysis here and tell us what you think.
We take a look at votor apathy, and find it’s not apathy at issue; you just have more to do!
Last week, just as many in the United States were getting used to commercial use of unmanned aerial systems (drones) in spite of a Federal Aviation Administration ban, a judge decided that the FAA does not, in fact, have such laws on the books. For a brief moment, perhaps, the ban was lifted. But it was quickly put back in place when the FAA appealed. What is going on in the Wild West of U.S. UAS use?...