MADISON, WI – April 2, 2007 – GeoAnalytics® Inc., an IT consulting firm that specializes in the planning, design, and implementation of spatial intelligence systems, announced today that its CEO, William S. Holland, will present at the CalGIS Conference in Oakland, California on April 5th.
Holland’s first presentation, “The Intersection of Data Warehousing/Business Intelligence and Geographic Information Systems” will cover how the intersection of DW/BI and GIS can be leveraged to make information technology and systems strategic resources, understanding the pitfalls and possibilities of merging these architectures, and putting into context of how DW/BI and GIS can become integral components of advanced decision support.
His second presentation, “Creating an Enterprise GeoSpatial Data Integration System in Support of Domestic Security and Performance Management,” will be held at the AG Symposium which is in conjunction with CalGIS. This presentation highlights the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Geospatial Data Integration (GDI) project. The GDI system has helped create a consolidated data model that reconciles differing spatial and non-spatial data forms and content maintained in various business systems and to integrate the information on an enterprise level to support domestic security preparedness and response and performance management.
About GeoAnalytics, Inc.
www.geoanalytics.com ) is an IT consulting firm that specializes in the planning, design, and implementation of enterprise information systems in support of spatially enabled business and predictive intelligence, asset and resource management, and decision-making. GeoAnalytics is headquartered in Madison, WI and has team members located in Chicago, IL; Austin, TX; Philadelphia, PA; and Orlando, St. Augustine, Tampa, and Jacksonville, FL.
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