Urban Mapping helps Oracle customers find their way

A leading provider of web services and on-demand data for interactive mapping applications, Oracle’s products will have direct access to Urban Mapping’s Mapfluence platform.

Integrated into Oracle Fusion Middleware’s MapViewer feature – Urban Mapping’s massive catalogue of on-demand data will be at user’s fingertips across many industries.

“Oracle customers have an insatiable appetite for high-value content within their applications,” said James Steiner, Oracle Vice President for Product Management.
“Our relationship with Urban Mapping allows the Mapfluence platform to overlay thematic data, creating instant location intelligence, a critical component in our content strategy.”

Offering more than 10,000 data variables over numerous categories, the Mapfluence on-demand data catalogue is the industry’s most comprehensive. Access to the data is under one license, and in a software-as-a-service model.

Mapfluence is of particular use to Oracle Spatial customers – the location features in Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Spatial 11g enable Oracle to manage all data from traditional business information to XML and 3D spatial information.

“As enterprise markets have shifted to become more nimble, Oracle Spatial customers have increasing need to analyze proprietary data with commercial-grade demographics, business analytics, transportation infrastructure, environmental and other data,” said Ian White, Urban Mapping CEO.

Oracle Spatial customers control their IT investment with rapid deployment thanks to the lightweight web services offered by Mapfluence.

As a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork – Urban Mapping is well worth its weight one might say.

Take a look at www.urbanmapping.com/oracle for more details.

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Chris Baker is the Global Sales and Marketing Director responsible for the expansion of Calsoft Enterprise Solutions internationally. Formerly co-owner of acquired business, Inatech, Chris has been responsible for developing and promoting the company’s position as a specialist in Oracle solutions within the global IT industry. Chris co-founded Inatech in November 2002 merging with Calsoft in 2008. In a career spanning 23 years, Chris has held influential positions at Accenture, Easams, and Marconi. He was a Member of the Oracle UK Consulting Board during his time at Oracle Corporation UK, where he spent 15 years. Chris has a Higher National Diploma in Computing Studies from Farnborough College with distinction.