ESRI Business Analyst Server Simplifies Reporting

New Release Includes Customizable Templates for Faster Report Delivery

Redlands, California—September 29, 2009—
The new version of ESRI Business Analyst Server is now available. It includes many new sharing and usability enhancements designed to speed report delivery and help users conduct more precise business analysis.

Custom report templates can now be created with Business Analyst desktop advanced editor, then uploaded to Business Analyst Server. Once a report template is published to the repository, Business Analyst Server client applications can consume the template to generate reports using Business Analyst desktop. Developers can also consume the report output in XML format to supply data for application features.

To make analysis more precise, Business Analyst Server now includes a Select by Attributes tool that allows users to select features in a layer based on an attribute value. Now users can select all the ZIP Codes in a given market where households have a median household income greater than $74,999 or select all the stores that have more than 100 parking spaces.

Other sharing and usability enhancements include simplified XML output and access to the ArcGIS Online map database. Business Analyst Server also features a Create Store/Customer layer using a table of x,y coordinates. Users whose data is already geocoded can take advantage of x,y values directly and include latitude/longitude value pairs for the points in DBF, XLS, and XLSX files.

Business Analyst Server also includes updates to ESRI demographics and consumer spending data, Directory of Major Malls (DMM) shopping centers, infoUSA business listings and locations, Tele Atlas streets, and address points.

For more information on ESRI Business Analyst Server, please visit

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