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MRR – A New Raster File Format

by Sam Roberts | April 26, 2016 | No Comments


Pitney Bowes has developed a new raster data format called Multi-Resolution Raster (MRR) as a key component of the new MapInfo Pro Advanced raster visualization and processing solution. MRR is a completely new raster data format that reimagines how raster data is stored and what data can be stored as a raster. It is a […]


Five Tips to Truly Knowing Your Customer

by Beth Meurs | April 26, 2016 | No Comments


To truly understand the customer, businesses must connect and embrace all data sources about a customer — including those big data sources generated online, in the cloud, through social channels, or with mobile devices. But in doing so, customer data must be trusted — that means applying data matching and cleansing capabilities to information, both […]


Straight Talk on Member Engagement: How Payers are Driving More Satisfying and Productive Member Communication

by Deb Purcell | April 25, 2016 | No Comments


Better outcomes are within your reach. When members trust that you understand and have their best interests at heart, they listen to your counsel and follow your lead. Engaged members enjoy better health outcomes, while spending less for care. Healthier and happier, they’re more likely to stay with your company and report higher levels of […]


“Where” takes on the big data challenge

by Lorena Hathaway | March 31, 2016 | No Comments


Everybody’s looking to add context to business decisions—but it’s not so easy.  By 2017, over 30% of enterprises will access big data via intermediary data broker services (Gartner).  However, a KPMG study found that 85% of CIOs and CFOs are still having trouble accurately analyzing and interpreting their existing data. Organizations need ways to link […]


Data Quality Strategies: Stemming a Tide of Bad Data

by Scott Arnett | March 29, 2016 | No Comments

Word Cloud with Terms of Big Data

Consumer-facing companies today are privy to an enormous wealth of customer data that could be utilized to improve business. It’s crucial that this abundance of information doesn’t become an embarrassment of riches, however, as the rapid pace of collection makes it difficult for organizations to glean actionable insights from constantly expanding data stockpiles. The concept […]


International Year of the Map — Celebrating cartography, Location Intelligence and everything in between

by Lorena Hathaway | March 25, 2016 | No Comments


The International Year of the Map kicked off this fall and will continue through 2016. Celebrations are taking place worldwide, and it is fun to see how different countries are taking part. I particularly love looking at the maps done by children. They’re beautiful. They’re full of wonder, color and imagination: crafted by small people […]