Anthony Deighton, QlikAnalytics software company, Qlik has acquired Idevio, which makes geographically related software and services. Radnor, Pa.-based Qlik says the move extends its mapping capabilities and also supports a broad range of advanced geoanalytic use cases. Terms were not disclosed.

"Emerging technology such as The Internet of Things is and will produce an enormous amount of location-referenced data," Qlik's chief technology officer Anthony Deighton said in a prepared statement. Idevio enables the company's products Qlik Sense and QlikView to discover hidden geographic relationships. Users can add maps to their apps with automatic geo-data lookups that reveal spatial information and overlay that with visualizations. They can also utilize Idevio's GeoAnalytics cloud-based service to analyze geo-data in combination with non-geo data. IdevioMaps, which includes Idevio GeoAnalytics for QlikView and Qlik Sense, has been named Qlik GeoAnalytics and is available immediately, Integration with Qlik Sense is planned for the second half of the year.

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