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NAVTEQ® Maps Available with Admin Boundaries for Oracle Business Intelligence Users

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Tuesday, May 22nd 2012
Nokia | Chicago
Read More About: boundaries, mapping, mapping, maps, navteq, nokia, oracle


First to market and available as a standalone offering for the most efficient OBIEE implementation

• Admin Boundaries is the first product of its kind in the market with content that shows thematic maps supported by advanced mapping and geospatial analysis capabilities for the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE)

• This specialized standalone offering was developed to meet Oracle Business Intelligence community’s needs of simplified geometry structures for faster rendering and access to comprehensive hierarchy information.

• The NAVTEQ Map database supports a wide variety of Oracle solutions, including:

o Map-enabling business intelligence solutions
o Accurately geocoding customer and business locations
o Utilizing demographic analysis for retail solutions
o Tracking and optimizing the mobile workforce
o Web-enabling GIS, asset management, insurance, fleet management, and government solutions

• Admin Boundaries is available through Nokia for Oracle OBIEE globally
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