“This is a major data update from previous versions of ArcGIS Business Analyst,” says Mark Berry , ArcGIS Business Analyst product manager, ESRI. “It includes new developments in data sources, methods, and the measurement of continuing population changes in the Gulf Coast communities after the 2005 hurricane season.”
The 2007 data updates to ArcGIS Business Analyst 9.2 include
- ESRI’s 2007/2012 demographic data estimates and projections
- Segmentation data from Community Tapestry down to the census tract level
- Business data for approximately 12 million U.S. businesses from infoUSA (vintage January 2007)
- Shopping center data for 4,200 major U.S. shopping centers from Directory of Major Malls (vintage January 2007)
While the solution ships today to new users with the 2007/2012 data update; existing ArcGIS Business Analyst users current on maintenance will automatically receive the data update.
For more information about ArcGIS Business Analyst, visit www.esri.com/ba or call 1-800-447-9778.
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