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Geographic Business Intelligence. 07 Marketing funds must be used to ect. Because of this, businesses must carefully target and measure their marketing activity to ensure they get real results from their limited budgets. Location based analysis can give organisations a unique level of insight into buying behaviour on a local, national and international scale. This, in turn, enables them not ...

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Geographic business intelligence

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CC-BY-NC-ND • PID_00210845 Geographic business intelligence Los textos e imágenes publicados en esta obra están sujetos –excepto que se indique lo contrario– a una licencia de Reconocimiento-NoComercial-SinObraDerivada (BY-NC-ND) v.3.0 España de Creative Commons. Podéis copiarlos, distribuirlos y transmitirlos públicamente siempre que citéis el autor y la fuente (FUOC. Fundación ...

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Geographic Business Intelligence is a collection of technology tools, applications and solutions that have been addressing a variety of information-driven business problems for nearly a decade. During the last 30 years, technology has become increasingly effective at storing volumes of data, while information management solutions have not been able to keep up with the growing demands of data ...

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