Open Spatial announces Enlighten update

By on 11 December, 2012
Open Spatial recently announced the release of version 3.0 of its Enlighten Business Intelligence service.
Enlighten Bi is a web-based GIS and decision support portal that enables integration of engineering, corporate databases, imagery, mapping data and multimedia. The ability to drill down and drill through corporate data stores from a map is a main strength of the software.
Enlighten Bi 3.0 can be deployed in the cloud or on premise and can include a managed service offering operated to measurable outcomes.
Anthony Jahshan, CEO at Open Spatial, commented “Enlighten Bi 3.0 is our most exciting release of Enlighten yet. The software takes advantage of a number of new technologies, including printing to scale from a browser in page sizes up to Architectural E.”
Enlighten Bi 3.0 requires no browser plug-ins or application software on the desktop. The software provides power-user capabilities. such as spatial analysis and editing, directly from a browser. Template driven maps and report publishing minimises the need for costly desktop licenses. Corporate applications can embed these maps and reports into their systems through web services.
The development centre for Enlighten is located in Sydney.
For more information on Enlighten contact

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