Spectrum® Spatial For Business Intelligence
Improve Decision-Making With Location-Based Insights
Companies rely on accurate business intelligence for critical operational and strategic decisions. Adding Spectrum Spatial, companies leverage Location Intelligence to generate unique insights through integration with existing business intelligence systems. This bi-directional integration improves efficiencies, more fully utilizes existing data, and uncovers unique opportunities. Spectrum Spatial delivers interactive mapping, spatial analysis, and operational Location Intelligence to a variety of audiences within– and beyond, the organization.
SGSI designs and deploys enterprise-grade solution architecture for some of the biggest companies in America. We have deep expertise in systems integration and in automating repetitive processes to maximize efficiencies. We provide individual and organization training and support.
Add The Power Of Location.
Eighty percent of business data contains location information; information that improves processes, decision-making, and overall performance, securing a competitive advantage for companies that leverage spatial data.
Spectrum Spatial for BI was designed to integrate Location and Business Intelligence seamlessly, and to transform business decision-making. This increases visualization of infrastructure, sales territories, network coverage, customer, and market data, and provides deeper insights and trends.
SGSI designs and deploys Spectrum Spatial software across the enterprise.
Extend The Capabilities Of Existing BI Systems.
An inability to integrate mapping and GIS tools with existing BI systems has limited most organizations from understanding a complete picture of the market and their customers. Spectrum Spatial provides comprehensive mapping data visualization and spatial analytics within the BI environment. Integration with Microsoft, Oracle SAP, IBM, and similar companies extends the capabilities of business intelligence to include critical location data from a variety of sources.
Integrate Dynamic Geospatial Data Into Existing Analysis Systems.
Geospatially-enabled intelligence combines a precise understanding of physical location with dynamic data (drive time between locations, the impact of physical terrain characteristics, market demographics, and location-driven user behavioral patterns). Geospatial data from third-party sources such as Tiger (U.S.), TomTom, Google, municipalities, states and federal governments can be integrated with existing data warehouse data for a comprehensive and robust view of the markets, opportunities and risks.
Usability. Flexibility. Performance.
Analysts and domain experts are not GIS experts. Spectrum Spatial integrates into existing systems, so market managers, product managers, real estate planners, network managers, and analysts use the tools they are already working with to access and integrate geospatial data. Existing processes and standards remain the same as does the primary interface for BI.
Enterprise tools, home-grown solutions, and niche products can integrate with Spectrum Spatial to provide the complete picture for more informed decision-making.