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GIS People Partners With CartoDB

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Wednesday, July 9th 2014
GIS People | Brisbane, Australia


GIS People Partners With CartoDB

Location intelligence company GIS People has entered into a new partnership with CartoDB – providers of a cloud-based mapping, analysis and visualisation engine that lets users build spatial applications for both mobile and the web.

CartoDB is used by many major organisations and GIS application developers across the world, and provides a customisable and fully interactive mapping experience.

Managing Director of GIS People, Igor Stjepanovic, says: “This is a very exciting partnership and we’re thrilled at the opportunity to work with CartoDB. CartoDB’s tools for mapping, complex data analysis and visualisation will let us build on our geoanalytics and cartography expertise to get better, faster results for our clients.”

Javier de la Torre, CartoDB’s CEO, is also pleased with the new partnership: "Australia is an important market for CartoDB, and we are happy that geospatial experts GIS People have choosen CartoDB to develop projects for their clients. This is further validation that CartoDB's offering is one of the most robust and cost-effective, and provides a framework for fast development and easy deploy of geospatial applications and data analysis."

For more information on the services this partnership can deliver, contact GIS People.

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