Existing data offers valuable insights by linking it with additional data. Data enrichment thus provides the appropriate context between these data, and new insights can be derived from them. If the spatial location is also involved, we speak of geoenrichment.
This is a common principle, because even the ancient Romans knew how fertile the land of individual farmers in the provinces was. And they did this by linking the "addresses" of the time with geographical data (soil properties, groundwater resources, etc.). With the Nexiga Geoenrichment Server, this would definitely be more comfortable today. We present the use cases.