8 November 2011
eSpatial, leading provider of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) and pioneer in GIS delivered via Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), is hosting a location intelligence briefing in London on 30 November.
At the briefing, entitled “Discover the value of location intelligence”, the company will outline the benefits of location intelligence, and the benefits of its partnership programme.
The event will be attended by UK-based management consultancies interested in learning about the technology, and how partnering with trusted geospatial experts will benefit them and their clients.
“We know that management consultancies work in a highly competitive space, and as a result, are quick to embrace new technologies that help their clients to maximise their success,” says eSpatial’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer Colm Mulcahy.
“The location intelligence briefing has been designed to help these organisations to quickly get up to speed with the applications and benefits of location intelligence, while also gaining exposure to our cost-effective software.”
At the event, attendees will also be treated to a live, working demonstration of eSpatial’s flagship SaaS-based GIS software, eSpatial OnDemand GIS™.
Aiming to focus on the value that location intelligence brings, the demonstration will focus on practical examples of how the software helps to meet real business needs.
While at the event, attendees will also learn about eSpatial’s partnering programme, which enables qualifying companies to offer the cutting-edge SaaS-based location intelligence software application to their own customers.
“We already have a number of partners – but we’re very keen to work with management consultancies in the UK,” says Mulcahy.
“The broad applicability of location intelligence means that the briefing will be educational for management consultancies of any size, and operating in any sector. While we have issued invitations – and space is limited – we would welcome the opportunity to speak to interested parties who haven’t heard from us yet.”
Want to find out more about eSpatial’s London location intelligence briefing, “Discover the value of location intelligence”, on 30 November? Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org