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More and more, companies are looking to a variety of data types and new forms of analysis in order to remain competitive. Geospatial data is emerging as an important source of information, both in traditional and big data analytics. Companies are using geospatial data and geospatial analytics in applications ranging from marketing to operations. The analytics are moving past mapping to more sophisticated use cases.
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