CartoDB and CMaps Analytics are working in the same direction to make location intelligence more accessible to more people than ever before.
With a wide range of business cases and ecosystems, independant software vendors like CMaps Analytics specialize in embedding location analytics into platforms like SAP and are taking advantage of CartoDB’s platform to enhance their software solution.
Now, CMaps Analytics includes four brand new CartoDB map layers that make embedding CartoDB powered analysis a breeze.
CMaps Analytics cloud APIs are used for native extensions into other platforms like SAP. Customers who invest in CMaps Analytics build interactive visualizations using their on-premise data. However, the “where” questions that customers are increasingly asking require data that does not exist in their transactional system or BI data warehouse.
That is where CartoDB comes in, to deliver significant value:
“Before CartoDB, when a customer approached us wanting to take demographics, public, or open sourced data, or had a massive data extract from a system that is not integrated with a BI data warehouse, it was a laborsome process that required GIS,” said Evan Delodder, CMaps Analytics CTO. “Now, we can take that data and have it loaded into CartoDB, secured, and prepared as beautiful visualizations into BI reports and dashboards the same day, with minimal effort.”
For CMaps Analytics customers who are primarily embedding cloud location intelligence into on-premise business intelligence, the benefits of CartoDB are primarily focused on acquisition and generation of new geospatial powered insights.
The value CartoDB provides to CMaps Analytics is its powerful, flexible APIs and services for delivering interactive big data visualization layers. Currently CMaps Analytics is using CartoDB as a native data visualization layer type so customers can:
Additional plans for deeper integration and expansion of services is planned in the near future. Learn more about [CartoDB integration in CMaps Analytics].
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