CoreLogic, a global property information, analytics and solutions provider, has partnered with spatial analytics company Esri to expand the availability of its geospatial content using Esri’s online ArcGIS Marketplace.
The online marketplace will allow users to more easily integrate CoreLogic’s content into their workflow, by providing access to more than 200 CoreLogic proprietary parcel and property attributes through ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Pro, and market-specific packages.
Additionally, the partnership will see CoreLogic provide its parcel boundaries content as a base map layer for the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World, Esri’s public repository of spatial content.
Matt Karli, Principal of Product Management at CoreLogic, said: “CoreLogic has worked diligently with Esri to blend our extensive and nationwide GIS content with its robust software. We recognize that combining our two companies’ capabilities produces an incredibly valuable solution for users, so moving our content into ArcGIS Marketplace was the next logical step.
“The availability of our content and web apps in ArcGIS Marketplace allows us to engage new users so they can bring increased property and location insights to their analysis.”
The expanded content offering will also include market-specific content packages and web apps for tablets and smartphones; access to the CoreLogic web feature service directly through ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro; and a ‘pay as you go’ transaction-based service option, in additional to regional subscriptions.
“Our users require extremely accurate geospatial data at the parcel level, and many of them are conducting analysis on site and need nationwide, dependable parcel attributes on-the-fly,” said Sean Breyer, Program Manager for Esri ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.
“The expanded integration of CoreLogic content and web app services means tens of thousands of Esri users will have greater access to the most current and complete set of property attributes for use in real estate, retail, insurance, banking, utilities, energy and telecom markets—anywhere they are.”