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CARTO vs SAS

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CARTO
SAS
Based on 106 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.
SAS Institute is an American developer of analytics software based in Cary, North Carolina. SAS develops and markets a suite of analytics software, which helps access, manage, analyze and report on data to aid in decision-making. The company is the world's largest privately held software business SAS has developed a model workplace environment and benefits program designed to retain employees, allow them to focus on their work, and reduce operating costs. It provides on-site, subsidized or free healthcare, gyms, daycare and life counseling services.
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Top Industries
Comms Service Provider
29%
Computer Software Company
19%
Financial Services Firm
7%
Non Profit
7%
Computer Software Company
17%
Comms Service Provider
17%
Financial Services Firm
16%
Government
8%
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