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Looking forward to 2018 at CMaps Analytics

Happy new year to all of our customers, partners, and CMaps Gurus! 2017 was a pivotal transition year for CMaps Analytics product and team. In 2017, we continued expanding CMaps…

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Analyzing Performance by Proximity

How many customers are within x miles of me? This is a simple question that so many organizations struggle to answer. One version of the truth becomes difficult with proximity…

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New Partner Solution: GeospatialPLUS for SAP DesignStudio and Lumira 2.0

Last week at #CMapsAnalytics17, we showcased how partners can utilize CMaps Analytics JS API to build new geo-visualization products and integrations. One of the most exciting new developments is GeospatialPLUS,…

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New Administrative Areas Coming to CMaps Analytics

In an effort to simplify administrative area analysis we are continuously adding new data into our region geocoder. This month, we are adding United Kingdom postal areas. Not all data…

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Ultimate Guide to Move forward from SAP Dashboards with BusinessObjects

By Ryan Goodman  – CMaps Analytics CEO @rmgoodm Many existing SAP BusinessObjects customers like yourself are well into their analytics journey. Today, there is a plethora of tools and services that transform data into dashboards…

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#CMapsAnalytics17 Annual Web Event June 7, 2017

Join customers, partners, and web map designers, and learn from industry experts how to squeeze more intelligence out of maps using Location Intelligence. WHEN IS IT? Join us June 7th…

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