GIS Planning Inc. and Site Selection magazine have partnered to provide Site Selection magazine readers with access to GIS Planning's ZoomProspector.com searchable database of local communities directly from Site Selection's official data website, DevelopmentAlliance.com.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 20, 2009 --GIS Planning Inc.and Site Selection magazine have joined forces to provide the readers of Site Selection magazine with direct access to GIS Planning's ZoomProspector.com searchable database of local communities across the nation on Site Selection's official data website, DevelopmentAlliance.com.Readers of Site Selection magazine can now search the tens of thousands of communities and available properties on ZoomProspector.com directly from Site Selection's DevelopmentAlliance.com website. Users simply define the community and property characteristics that matter to them, and the embedded ZoomProspector.com tooluses its GIS mapping technology to pinpoint the optimal location for the business, taking into account labor force, business and geographic advantages such as proximity to infrastructure and transportation.
"GIS Planning Inc.'s ZoomProspector.com service is the only truly national website that quickly identifies communities that meet the needs of businesses looking to expand or relocate," said Ron Starner, General Manager of Site Selection magazine. "Our readers have sophisticated site-selection needs and ZoomProspector.com is the perfect complement to our industry knowledge and expertise."
Site Selection magazine focuses on corporate real estate strategy and area economic development for CEO-level corporate real estate and site selection professionals that are responsible for making or influencing the expansion and relocation decisions of companies across the world.
Site Selection readers can use the ZoomProspector.com service on DevelopmentAlliance.com to fine-tune their site location search by type of commercial real estate, including office, industrial, warehouse, retail, vacant land, call center and flexible space. Once they find a property, users can then conduct in-depth analysis around that location to compare and match their needs to any community nationwide. Users 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.
DevelopmentAlliance.com is a partnership of Conway Data Inc., publisher of Site Selection, the International Economic Development Council, the world's largest association of professional economic developers, and GIS Planning Inc., the leader in online business site location technology.
"GIS Planning Inc. is pleased to announce this new partnership with the Site Selection magazine. Site Selection is a media leader in corporate real estate site selection with a high caliber of readership, and we are proud to provide this unique service to Site Selection readers," said Anatalio Ubalde, Co-founder and Co-CEO of GIS Planning Inc. and ZoomProspector.com. "Site Selection expands the reach of our clients by increasing their visibility in front of highly qualified business leads."
About the Companies:
GIS Planning Inc., the leader in online business site location technology, provides ZoomProspector.com, 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.
Site Selection magazine publishes information for top-level expansion planning decision-makers and management like CEOs, corporate real estate executives and facility planners, human resource managers and consultants to corporations. Site Selection is also the official publication of the Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC) and the only periodical in the development field indexed by H.W. Wilson and the Business Periodicals Index.