Big Data Models Most Used in Business
Jul-12-21 | Any data model in Big Data must be designed and developed to meet the needs of the business, and for this, it is necessary to know the objectives and goals of the organization, so that it effectively has the necessary functionalities to facilitate the decision-making process in the company.
Geospatial Data to Optimize Supply Chains
Jul-8-21 | Through geospatial data analysis techniques, CentralAmericaData carried out an analysis of five Walmart distribution centers in Florida, United States, with the aim of identifying patterns in the supply chains of these five centers and their relationships with commercial establishments and other logistics complexes in the State.
Big Data to Infer Relationships between Companies
Jul-1-21 | By analyzing the large volumes of anonymous data generated by mobile devices, it is possible to establish whether a distribution center has a commercial relationship with other logistics complexes, and even with establishments that serve the end consumer.
Mobility Data and Value for the Retail Sector
Jun-18-21 | Through the management of large volumes of data, it is possible to understand the pedestrian mobility of an area or city, and from this, predict the sales potential of a business according to its location and the characteristics of consumers who pass through the surrounding area.
Concern about Possible Trade Retaliation
May-31-21 | Following Costa Rica's decision to impose requirements on the entry of avocados grown in Honduras, Costa Rican businessmen believe that these unilateral measures could generate trade retaliation for the country.
Shopping Mall: $15 Million Project Executed
Mar-25-21 | In the municipality of Santa Lucia Cotzumalguapa, Guatemala, the Íntegro business group is building a new shopping center that will have a profitable area of 12,600 square meters.
Trade: Costa Rica Acts Against Panama
Jan-15-21 | As a result of the blockade to the entrance to the Panamanian market of products of animal origin coming from Costa Rica, on January 11 the Costa Rican government requested to the WTO the application of the mechanism of consultation with Panama.
Stores: Sales Expectations for the New Year
Jan-5-21 | Although in Costa Rica during December 2020 most businesses increased their sales by about 10%, the expectations of the sector's entrepreneurs for the first quarter of 2021 are still uncertain.
Seasonal Sales with Good Performance
Dec-1-20 | In the context of the economic crisis that Costa Rica is going through due to the pandemic, businessmen from the commercial sector reported that the "Black Friday" sales of 2020 were similar to those of 2019.
Changing Habits and the Electricity Market
Nov-3-20 | Due to changes in people's habits, energy consumption in commercial establishments, offices and industrial complexes has decreased, contrasting with the rise in demand in residential areas.
Real Estate Market: $100 Million in Commercial Projects
Oct-19-20 | From January to June 2020, 57 environmental impact studies were presented for the construction of commercial buildings in Central American countries, and most of them are concentrated in Costa Rica and El Salvador.
More Technical Solutions, Less Policy
Sep-28-20 | Once Panama blocked the entry of animal products from Costa Rica, discussions at the technical level progressed, but when the issue was brought to the political arena, the process to solve the trade conflict stalled.
Stores and Restaurants Reopen in Panama
Sep-28-20 | After six months of restricted activity, as of September 28th the shopping centers and restaurants reopen their doors to the public.
Trade Dispute Between Panama and Costa Rica
Aug-7-20 | Following Panama's blockade of the entry of animal products from Costa Rica, arguing that the permits have expired, Costa Rican authorities decided to notify the World Trade Organization of the dispute.
Shopping Centers Reopen
Jul-31-20 | After more than four months of closure due to the covid-19 outbreak, shopping malls in Guatemala received the endorsement to start serving their customers and as of July 31 have reactivated their operations.
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