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CARTO vs Dundas

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CARTO
Dundas
Based on 28 reviews.
Overview
CartoDB is a Software as a Service cloud computing platform that provides GIS and web mapping tools for display in a web browser. CartoDB users can use the company's free platform or deploy their own instance of the open source software. CartoDB is offered as freemium service, where accounts are free up to a certain size. For larger accounts, a fee is applied. CartoDB was built on open source software including PostGIS and PostgreSQL. The tool uses JavaScript extensively in the front end web application, back end Node.js based APIs, and for client libraries.
Dundas Data Visualization, Inc. is a company specializing in data visualization and dashboard solutions. In addition to developing enterprise-level dashboard software, Dundas offers a professional services group that provides consulting and training. Dundas Data Visualization was founded in 1992 in Toronto, Canada. After an early success with Dundas Chart in 2002, the company developed Dundas Gauge, Map, OLAP Chart, and Calendar controls, which were purchased by Microsoft in 2007 to become part of their Reporting Services, SharePoint, and.NET offerings.
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Top Industries
Comms Service Provider
29%
Computer Software Company
19%
Financial Services Firm
7%
Non Profit
7%
Comms Service Provider
22%
Computer Software Company
21%
Manufacturing Company
9%
Construction Company
6%
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