CaseWorthy Application Suite Gets Upgraded with Spatial Data Reporting Feature
SALT LAKE CITY, UT: CaseWorthy, a developer of Social Services Technology announces the upgradation of its CaseWorthy application suite with Spatial Data Reporting as a standard feature for Health and Human Services (HHS) organizations to flexibly retrieve information when needed in an accurate manner.
Spatial data is information about a physical object that can be represented by numerical values in a geographic coordinate system. It represents the location, size and shape of an object such as a building, lake, mountain or township. Specialized software applications can be used to access, visualize, manipulate and analyze the data that may also include attributes to provide more information about the entity that is being represented.
Spatial data service analyzes data with the help of maps to identify an area of reporting. Companies can graphically outline and locate any territory through a mapping image. Specific geographical locations can be outlined to a zip code, city, neighborhood or street. The feature uses latitude and longitude points that are automatically captured for each address that is stored in the database. The enhancement produces information to generate detailed charts, graphs and reports.
The update integrates with all CaseWorthy reporting tools including the new CaseWorthy Analytics ad-hoc reporting tool. The company claims that the consolidation provides endless innovations of data reporting to its clients. CaseWorthy Analytics supports special reporting requirements for grants or funding sources that are typically difficult to capture.
“Data is King, but only if organizations are able to see it, retrieve it and learn from it. We know HHS organizations rely on key data results for future funding and finding,” says Scott Argeris, President, CaseWorthy.
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