Today we are excited to announce that Thinking Machines, a Data Science consulting firm specializing in geospatial, are now CARTO partners. Based in Singapore, Manila and San Francisco, their team works with a wide range of customers such as Globe Telecom, QuadX and UNICEF to enable them to use location analytics to solve their most challenging business problems.
Using CARTO’s platform, Thinking Machines team of Data Scientists and Consultants will be using technologies such as Google BigQuery, QGIS and Mapbox in conjunction with CARTO to create spatial models and applications that enable their customers in the APAC region to make better decisions relating to Site Selection, Territory Planning and Network Deployment - among others.
CARTO and Thinking Machines both believe in the power of geospatial insights for better decisions in a complex world. We’re very excited to bring better spatial data analytics tools to everyone.
Our founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Javier de la Torre, also shared his perspective on the important of partners that push the boundaries and continue bringing together methodologies from both the GIS and Data Science worlds:
Thinking Machines are one of the few consulting companies out there pushing beyond traditional GIS and mapping solutions to create next generation Spatial Data Science apps. We align with their vision and we’re excited that they will use our platform to deliver the insights their customers need to navigate the new normal we are living in.
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