Collaboration between a pair of D.C.–area tech companies in one recent rollout of new platform features.
Earlier in April, Tysons Corner, Va.–based Microstrategy released that latest version of its Microstrategy 10 platform.
Congrats to @MicroStrategy on Geospatial Services, a new set of mapping tools #builtwithmapbox, that allows users to access advanced geospatial analysis, explore their largest datasets, enable data discovery, & make better business decisions. https://t.co/EnFVLgt4Hi #mapboxforbi pic.twitter.com/D3B6zYpxj0
— Mapbox (@Mapbox) April 10, 2018
According to a blog post from Mapbox, the tools allow Microstrategy users to apply analytics to explore large datasets, including real-time location data and geospatial data. The tools help organize data within geographic boundaries, and zoom in at different levels to analyze for trends.
“The power to visualize real-time location data at scale is critically important for MicroStrategy and its customers,” said Mapbox CEO Eric Gundersen said in a statement. “With location data transforming the way people and goods move around the world, the new MicroStrategy Geospatial Services features allow businesses to make location data-driven decisions that can transform their operations and impact their bottom line.”
The Mapbox integration is one of a host of new features Microstrategy rolled out. A new mobile app to visualize data dossiers was also among the additions.
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