How to infer relationships between companies with Big Data?

The use of geospatial data provides deep insight into the logistical, legal, and commercial relationships between corporations and facilities of different companies all over the world.

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Location intelligence and foot traffic analytics have revolutionized the way in which businesses generate competitive advantages within the various business sectors, being able to infer the behavior and relationships of companies has become a reality thanks to this type of technological technique.

Detecting and monitoring competitors are essential for a company to stay ahead in the global marketplace. Competitive studies focus primarily on extracting competitive relationships within a single data source, while competitive information is often distributed across multiple networks. How to uncover underlying patterns and use heterogeneous knowledge to avoid biased aspects of this question is a challenging problem. Read the full article here



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