Make Sense of your Location Data with Google Maps

Posted by Michael Sliwka, Technical Account Manager

Oct 25, 2017



All organizations have location data, and usually a lot of it! This might include information such as fleet driving logs, field reports from the outside sales staff or receipts from business trips and other meetings.

Some organizations store this information in a database, perhaps within a SQL environment for record-keeping and auditing purposes. However, this data could be put to work, rather than just sitting around waiting for an audit. With the right tools to extract and analyze the information, location data can be extremely insightful and useful. Let’s examine how some companies are putting their location data to good use to improve competitive positioning and streamline data usage.

Enterprises Make Their Teams More Efficient and Effective

coventbridge.png Investigative Firm Uses Google Maps for Competitive Advantage and Efficiency
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Territory Mapping Solution Helps Reps Target Customers and Improve Productivity

Government Agencies Use Maps to Help Constituents Navigate

Nittec_logo.jpg Avoiding Delays at the U.S.-Canada Border, Thanks to NITTEC and Google Maps
FloridaWildlife_logo.jpg Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Provides Boaters With All the Information They Need to Get on the Water Thanks to Google Maps

Software Developers Use Maps to Power Their Products

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MAGTEC.png MAGTEC Delivers Innovative Vehicle Control Systems Thanks to Geofencing with Google Maps
Pipedrive.jpg Google Maps Integration Empowers Users of Pipedrive CRM


Whatever the context of your location data, why not gain insights into this data using Google’s familiar and incredibly accurate basemaps? Using Google Maps and Google Maps API services in conjunction with Google Cloud Platform allows organizations to make smart and meaningful decisions without deciphering millions of rows of data.

Onix has Google Maps experts to consult with you, understand your specific needs and help you meet your goals! To speak with an Onix expert, fill out the form below.

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Michael Sliwka, Technical Account Manager

Michael is a Technical Account Manager at Onix. His primary focus is assisting customers implement and optimize the Google Maps APIs. Michael has worked in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors in North America and abroad, where he has assisted organizations in the utilization of geolocation technology.

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