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Steve Benner

The Location Intelligence blog is a place where we can help guide ourselves and others in the use of geospatial technology to make better decisions for our organizations. It is intended to engage the business community by removing the jargon and mystique surrounding Location Intelligence and to entice them to further explore this important extension of business intelligence. It will also engage BI and LI technical experts to help us understand the options and approaches to bringing LI to our organizations. Please join us whether you are and expert or totally new to Location Intelligence. I hope to connect those who know with those who need (even if they do not know it at the moment!).

About the author >

Steve is founder of The Location Intelligence Institute, an education resource focused on assisting business executives in the use of geospatial technology to improve business processes and decision making. He has a broad background in both business processes and geospatial technology and practical experience in bringing the two together. Steve has managed location intelligence integration projects with major business intelligence (BI) vendors and has helped dozens of organizations understand and implement geospatially enabled business and business intelligence solutions.

Steve has helped spread the word about location intelligence as a contributor to IBM Data Warehousing (Gonzales, Wiley, 2003) and Real Estate Market Valuation and Analysis (Karr, Wiley 2005) and as a presenter at industry and user group meetings worldwide.

Steve holds a BS in accounting and marketing from the University of Maine and an MBA from Boston College with a focus on operations research. He can be reached at inquiries@tlii.org.

Editor's Note: More articles and resources are available in Steve's BeyeNETWORK Expert Channel. Be sure to visit today!

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