Pitney Bowes Business Insight has announced that it will be attending the 2010 AGI Annual Conference.

Pitney Bowes Business Insight (PBBI), a global company in location intelligence, data management and customer communication management software, data and services, has announced that it will be attending the 2010 AGI Annual Conference - AGI GeoCommunity '10 ( www.agi.org.uk/agi-geocommunity/)- in Stratford-upon-Avon, UK on September 28th to 30th, 2010.  The company will be speaking at the event and demonstrating on stand its recently released Data as a Service (DaaS) platform, Geosk.

Geosk, a location-based DaaS offering,  provides cloud-based access to a comprehensive data catalog that includes both free and fee-based geospatial data from PBBI, as well as content from third-party data providers.  The PBBI stand at AGI will feature an interactive Geosk display demonstrating the ease with which data can be identified, selected and purchased.

AGI 2010 will also feature the following speakers representing PBBI:
  • Wednesday, September 29th, 2.30 p.m. – “Using Online Mapping To Increase Citizen Satisfaction” – Stuart Carter, Corporate GIS Manager at Southwark Council.  Stuart has worked closely with PBBI to enhance the online services available to citizens via  the Council’s website using PBBI’s web mapping technology, Stratus Connect

  • Thursday, September 30th, 2.45 p.m. – “Taking Spatial Information Real-Time” – Christopher Royles, Technical Strategy, Pitney Bowes Business Insight
“It is always a pleasure to attend the AGI conference, but this year, we are particularly excited to be demonstrating Geosk, our industry-leading DaaS platform,” says Steve Deaville, Head of UK Sales & Strategy at Pitney Bowes Business Insight.  “By making geospatial data as easy to find, review and purchase as music on iTunes, we believe that PBBI is once again trailblazing the way forward for location-based data as a core element of business decision-making.  In keeping with the conference’s main theme this year, we will also be talking about how online mapping services can help public and private sector organizations to do ‘more with less’, while increasing the satisfaction levels of customers and citizens.”