Bringing Geospatial Business Intelligence to the Enterprise

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  • 1. Bringing Geospatial Business Intelligence to the Enterprise Marc Karren, Sr. Account Manager, Enterprise Solutions mkarrren@korem.com | 760.803.5363 m | 760.274.6050 o
  • 2. About KOREM • North American systems integrator and custom software developer – Founded 1993 – Offices in Quebec City, Denver, and San Diego – ISO 9001:2008 certified • Focus on enterprise geographic information systems, web mapping, spatial data, ETL/data hygiene and business intelligence • Partners include Google, PBBI/MapInfo, NAVTEQ, Oracle, TeleAtlas, ESRI, Cognos, MicroStrategy, DigitalGlobe, SRC, Safe Software, FME and more • Broad industry focus: Telecommunications, Insurance, Energy, Utilities, Government Public Safety, Banking, Retail, Manufacturing, others… 2
  • 3. What is Geospatial Business Intelligence? (aka Location Intelligence) • An awareness of relationships between location based information , business analysis and operations • The ability to understand geographic relationships and how those relationships can impact a business or organization • The capability to react to how location influences an organization by changing business processes in order to minimize risk and maximize opportunities Geospatial business intelligence enables an organization to measure, compare and analyze data from business operations in conjunction with external data such as transportation networks, regulatory jurisdictions, market characteristics or its own customers. 3
  • 4. Comparing Traditional GIS and BI with Geospatial Business Intelligence Traditional Geographic Information Geospatial Business Intelligence Systems (GIS) Departmental deployment (in silos) Enterprise deployment Expert users Business users Tactical Strategic Desktop / workstation implementation Network / web implementation Creating and managing maps Operational / analytic solutions Traditional Business Intelligence (BI) Geospatial Business Intelligence Focus on who, when, and how Focus on who, when, how, and where Primarily internal data Combination of internal and external data Reporting, geographic visualization Reporting, visualization and analysis and geographic analysis Implementation of new tools Integration with existing tools 4
  • 5. Who Can Benefit from Geospatial Business Intelligence? • Most organizations could benefit from utilizing location in decision making, including those that:  Market by geography • Target marketing, merchandising  Plan by geography • Telecom network build out, store trade area analysis  Assign assets by geography • Assigning services management, law enforcement resources, engineering resources , sales representatives  Track resources by geography • Analyze customers sales by sales territories  Manage services by geography • Customer services, financial services, management services Smart business requires enough intelligence to understand how location relationships impact an organization’s operations, but not so much information that implementing systems and procedures to evaluate and act on the new information becomes paralyzing. Organizations need to predict the impact of location relationships and have the capabilities to respond appropriately. 5
  • 6. Our Offering • Strategic consulting & site assessment • Data management, KOREM provides a full transformation, and integration suite of data, software, Services • Solution implementation and services for all your • Infrastructure deployment geospatial business • Advanced GIS component integration intelligence needs. • Custom application development • Technical training KOREM Software GIS Data Solutions 6
  • 7. Some of Our Customers Canada USA Public Sector/Safety Banking / Insurance Retail / Distribution Natural Resources Telecom Healthcare 7
  • 8. KOREM Services • Business Consulting • Integration Services Strategic Consulting Data Management Needs Assessment Application Development Spatial Data Infratructure (SDI's) GIS Business Intelligence Hosting Research and Development • Technologies Databases • Training Application Server Description Geospatial Visualisation Training Calendar Platforms Geospatial Analysis Platforms Programming Languages Open Source 8
  • 9. Enterprise Project Samples Price Monitoring Supply Chain Management Asset Management Sales Territory Management Sales Campaign Management Network Monitoring 9 BI Platform Integration
  • 10. Why KOREM? • Complete solution provider – Services include technology & data R&D, consulting, design, development, implementation, training, maintenance & support • Focus on business needs – Technology and platform neutral. We can provide an unbiased approach to meeting our customers geospatial objectives. • Renowned expertise and GIS skills – 16 years of experience with large and medium enterprises as well as national and local governments • Single point of contact for your data, software and services needs – Award-winning software and data reseller – ISO 9001:2008 certified project management processes 10
  • 11. Marc Karren Sr. Account Manager, Enterprise Solutions mkarren@korem.com Ph: 760.274.6050 M: 760 803-5363 www.korem.com