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If you have been reading this blog for some time now, you are probably familiar, to some degree, with the MapIt product offered by Microsoft partner, ESRI. If not, here is a quick run down:
MapIt combines software with services to enable businesses to create maps displaying enterprise data, otherwise typically stored in spreadsheets and tabular formats. To do this, it connects Microsoft technologies that include:
ESRI is making MapIt available through a partner channel that includes Microsoft partner Idea Integration. Working with Microsoft and ESRI, Idea is staging an event in Denver on October 9th that will demonstrate the value of MapIt and how to simplify business decision systems through data visualization. The event will also be simulcast through live meeting.
Don't miss out. If you are going to be near Denver, be sure to register to attend. But if not, you can still register to attend the Live Meeting webcast. Details below.
Simplifying Business Decision Systems Using Visualization MapIt: Why You Should Care
Please join us for this exciting event hosted by Idea Integration, Microsoft and ESRI.
Focusing on Energy, Utilities, Local Government and Commercial industry, this event is about demonstrating the value of integrating data visualization into your business applications producing faster, easier, better, and more cost effective results.
MapIt is software plus online services that enable you to create interactive maps from your enterprise data. Technically translated to:
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When: October 9th, 2009 – 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. MST
Where: Microsoft's Denver Office 7595 Technology Way, Suite 400Denver, CO 80237
Attendees to the event at the Microsoft office will be eligible for giveaways. Lunch is included in the free registration.
Register for the Live Event
Webcast: A simulcast of the live presentation will be available using Microsoft Live Meeting.
Register for the Webcast
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