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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

MapInfo Stratus: Innovative Approach for Web Mapping

Sponsored by: Pitney Bowes Software

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Many people are interested in maps and location intelligence, which is great. But the time you spend preparing, duplicating and distributing work takes away from what really matters - analysis, results, insight and new, info-rich maps. Web mapping changes all that, and now it is more cost-efficient than ever. MapInfo Stratus from Pitney Bowes Software is the SaaS-based solution that makes it easy for non-GIS professionals to access, view and manipulate basic maps and geospatial data themselves.

This webinar provides an in-depth overview of MapInfo Stratus, including a live demonstration and case studies in both the public and commercial sectors. You will learn how to enable self-service, cut costs, improve decision making and streamline workflow. Topics include:
  • External applications: How public sector agencies increase citizen satisfaction
  • Internal applications:  How commercial entities accelerate innovation
  • Live demos: Barnsley Council website - richly integrated with MapInfo Stratus
  • Case studies: Leading public and private sector firms
You’ll learn about the cost-efficient technical advantages of cloud-based Web mapping. Plus, all attendees will have a chance to win the new iPad—so register today.
Speakers Include:
  • Berk Charlton, Global Portfolio Director, Product Management, Pitney Bowes Software
  • Michael Ashmore, EMEA Director of Business Development, Pitney Bowes Software
Who should attend
  • GIS analysts
  • IT professionals
  • business analysts
  • users of geospatial insight

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