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Briefing sheet

Enterprise Location Intelligence

23 October 2015

Location Intelligence is the process of deriving meaningful insight from geospatial data relationships to solve a particular problem.

Enterprise Location Intelligence
Analysis of transaction and event related data can contribute business insight among a variety if analytical and operational dimensions.

It is no longer a question as to whether Location Intelligence (LI) will be incorporated as part of the enterprise information architecture, but rather how soon it will become ubiquitous across the application environment.

LI blends the analysis of objects with their spatial attributes to provide powerful capabilities that can be integrated with both operational and analytical applications for multiple uses throughout the enterprise.

This briefing note, by Marc Hobell of ICE's Geospatial Expert Panel, explores the potential of Location Intelligence, including:

  • what it is;
  • its uses, services and strategies; and
  • how good Location Intelligence capabilities can help increase revenues, decrease costs and improve productivity.

Enterprise Location Intelligence

Content type: Briefing sheet

Last updated: 26/04/2022

Author: ICE

  • Adam Kirkup, engineering communities manager at ICE