Technology -> Data Management
Released: 5th July 2013
Publisher: Pinnacle Marketing
Test equipment sourcing specialist Livingston has confirmed that it has now gained exclusive rights to offer rental of the Pitney Bowes MapInfo software package throughout the rapidly-growing Indian market.
MapInfo is a high performance Microsoft Windows®-based mapping and geographic analysis tool that has proved highly beneficial to the telecom industry when planning the positioning of network infrastructure – with regard to both new deployments and the upgrading of existing system resources. Designed to easily visualise the relationships between data and physical location, it helps telecom operators to acquire valuable information which will assist them in making authoritative strategic decisions.
Through MapInfo users can instantly shade in territories or mark them with a particular symbol. This allows boundaries, highways, cabling and fibre lines to be identified in order to assist in the planning process. Users can also aggregate values utilising statistical or mathematical functions to associate a symbol or a colour with a point/region based on a these values - so that geographical trends can be uncovered.
MapInfo provides built-in support to access and view a variety of data formats directly, so that a broad selection of Microsoft Office® packages or popular database packages, such as Oracle®, can be employed with it. This means it can be integrated directly into a company’s existing IT framework without any additional costs being accrued. By providing many CAD data creation and editing tools, as well as the ability to edit tabular data, this innovative software platform enables users to make changes to maps and figures in one single application – thereby minimising the time and effort involved. As MapInfo seamlessly integrates across an array of different applications, it is easy to share exported data.
“Becoming the recognised rental supplier for MapInfo in India is a major coup for the Livingston Group. It shows the strong reputation that we have now gained for bringing leading-edge technology into key markets across the globe,” states Shailendra Kalra, Director of Livingston India. “Via the MapInfo platform, our customers will be able to perform powerful data analysis and garner location-centric intelligence that will boost the operational efficiency of their businesses. They will be able to integrate it with the portfolio of optical test equipment that we stock, to form fully comprehensive solution.”
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Published by: electronicdawn Ltd.