GIS Planning Inc. and Business Xpansion Journal magazine are partnering to provide the readers of Business Xpansion Journal with access to GIS Planning’s ZoomProspector.com nation-wide database of local communities, directly within the Business Xpansion Journal website.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 14, 2009 -- GIS Planning Inc. and Business Xpansion Journal (BXJ) are partnering to provide Business Xpansion Journal readers with access to GIS Planning’s ZoomProspector.com national database of local communities directly on the Business Xpansion Journal website.
ZoomProspector on Business Xpansion JournalBusiness Xpansion Journal readers can now search the tens of thousands of communities and available properties on ZoomProspector.com directly from Business Xpansion Journal’s website at www.bxjmag.com. Readers can enter the community and property requirements they need for their site-selection projects, and the ZoomProspector.com tool uses its GIS mapping technology to identify the right location for the business. This multivariate analysis takes into account labor force, business and geographic advantages such as proximity to infrastructure and transportation.
GIS Planning Inc. is the industry leader in GIS technology, and its ZoomProspector.com service provides our readers with information they need to make site-selection decisions right at their fingertips The Business Xpansion Journal is dedicated to delivering decision support tools to companies active in the site-selection process. BXJ’s digital version is delivered to an active user base of 185,000 management-level readers who are responsible for researching, planning and implementing business expansion and relocation projects.
Business Xpansion Journal readers can refine their search by type of commercial real estate, and once they find a property of interest, they can conduct in-depth analysis around that location to compare and match their business needs to communities across the United States. Readers also have the option to search for a specific community, get a ranked list of communities based on sensitivity analysis, find similar communities, or find all of the communities nationwide that match their detailed search criteria.
“GIS Planning Inc. is the industry leader in GIS technology, and its ZoomProspector.com service provides our readers with information they need to make site-selection decisions right at their fingertips,” said Rachel Duran, Editor in Chief of Business Xpansion Journal. “Embedding the technology into our website provides our readers with the convenience of combining our expertise with the national search capabilities of ZoomProspector.com right into a seamless experience,” said Trent R. Boozer, President of Latitude3 Media Group LLC, which publishes Business Xpansion Journal.
“GIS Planning Inc. is pleased to partner with the Business Xpansion Journal to provide their readers with the nation-wide site-selection tool they need to find the perfect location for their business,” said Anatalio Ubalde, Co-founder and Co-CEO of GIS Planning Inc. and ZoomProspector.com. “Business Xpansion is known for its vast expertise in this space and we are proud to join forces with them in creating more value for their readers.”
About the Companies:
ZoomProspector.com is the largest nationwide website for corporate real estate professionals and site location experts seeking the right location for their business. Combining the power of online mapping with GIS, ZoomProspector.com allows businesses to find the perfect community anywhere in the United States based on their unique business needs, such as proximity to labor force, infrastructure and transportation.
Business Xpansion Journal is dedicated to delivering decision support tools to companies active in the site-selection process. The digital version of the magazine has 185,000 readers and decision-makers who are responsible for researching, planning and implementing business expansion and relocation projects. Business Xpansion prides itself on its editorial content and practical information for businesses as they research business locales.