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Paul Connolly

Chief Product Officer - eSpatial

Paul Connolly is our Chief Product Officer, linking eSpatial’s product with evolving customer needs. Paul has been with eSpatial for the past 17 years during which time he has excelled in both software development and customer engagement roles. Paul holds a Masters in his discipline; Product Management. From here Paul has expertly led the product roadmap for eSpatial from a traditional server based install to include a highly successful SaaS offering we deliver today. Paul has been author on blog posts in a range of spaces through the years.

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New eSpatial Release Coming Q2 2017

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We are excited about our upcoming Q2 2017 release which includes some frequently requested new features. The two primary areas are buffer capabilities and SSO (Single sign-on). The buffer enhancements include drive-time areas, multiple ring buffers, and buffers within our territory builder (territory management tool). There are a number of routing enhancements and other improvements based on user feedback. The current release timeframe is mid-June. As a cloud solution, our users will automatically get these new features as soon as...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/new-espatial-release-coming-q2-2017

The December Update of eSpatial has been Released

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Here at eSpatial, we are really excited about our latest release. As always, customer feedback is key to our product roadmap and ongoing updates. In December's release, the two key development areas are Map Styling and Salesforce.com Integration. Map Styling The additional map styling capabilities are something that all our users will benefit from. The new styling functionality provides you with a whole host of new capabilities as well as far more efficient ways to style your maps. These new...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/december-release-preview

eSpatial October Release Preview

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As always, we are continuously looking at ways to make our mapping software work better for our customers. Later this month we are releasing some new features which are sure to make a difference to how you visualize your data on maps. Today we'll take a sneak peek at a few of the updated features. Optimized Labelling Labels are an important part of map styling. They help to differentiate and annotate points of importance. Choosing the right size, font, background...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/espatial-october-release-preview

eSpatial July Release Preview

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Our next big release is just around the corner and I wanted to give you a preview of what we have in store. Since our last release in April, we've been listening to your/our customer feedback to develop our existing product and enhance your experience with our software. This release will be launched early in July, but for now, here's a sneak peek: Map Annotations One of the major features of this release is Map Annotations. Annotations are pieces of...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/espatial-july-release-preview

Forbes 100 most innovative companies

Mapped

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Each year, Forbes magazine compiles a list of the 100 most innovative companies in the world. We've mapped the data for 2015 below. To find out more information on each company, just click on any point on the map. View a larger version of 100 most innovative companies Heat Map created with eSpatial mapping software. What the map tell us Innovation is not the preserve of high tech companies (where is Apple, you may well ask!).  Even food and drinks...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/forbes-100-most-innovative-companies-mapped

Map customers to find out who’s buying what where!

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Map customers to get the full picture of your market - what you're doing right and what you could be doing better Mapping software allows you to process huge amounts of information quickly. A map can...pinpoint customers quickly...reveal your biggest market...your best salesperson...where there's room for expansion or contraction...and much much more. Analysis comes in a matter of minutes rather than hours. Below you'll find the different ways you can map customers and what they can tell you about your...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/map-customers-find-whos-buying

How To Create a Heat Map

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This article was last updated May 2018 A heat map highlights different levels of data (e.g. population size) per region on a map. To create a heat map, use eSpatial and follow the instructions below. Sign up for a free eSpatial trial here to start heat mapping your data! Two Types of Heat Map As you can see from the images above, eSpatial can create two types of heat map. Each type of heat map can give you different views...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/how-to-create-a-heat-map

Our data map of the world’s gaming industry

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If you love gaming, then you'll find this data map fascinating - whether you're a gamer, a developer or just looking to break into the industry. We thought we'd add a bit of colour to gamedevmap's fine map of the video games industry by creating an eSpatial data map. Each colour respresents a different aspect of the industry, as listed in the data map legend.

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/our-data-map-of-the-worlds-gaming-industry

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