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October 1st, 2019
AllSource Analysis Opens Belgium Office to Serve Growing European GEOINT Market

LONGMONT, Colorado, USA, 1 October 2019 — AllSource Analysis Inc. (AllSource), a leader in providing finished geospatial intelligence, announced the opening of a new office in Europe to provide customers closer expertise and more localized service. The new office is located in Brussels, Belgium and will be led by two highly experienced commercial intelligence professionals, Jonathan Debilde and Sim Tack. Both have joined the AllSource team to provide business development, sales, and analytic operations capabilities in Europe.

“AllSource has seen a tremendous increase in demand for our unique offering, combining the best-in-class content, technology and our network of highly trained geospatial intelligence analysts, providing governments and enterprises with finished intelligence and insight,” said AllSource CEO Charles Herring. “This new office enables AllSource to better serve a growing market for commercial intelligence in Europe.”

“I have been working in the commercial intelligence industry for several years now and have been impressed with the AllSource offering. We have seen the brand awareness in Europe and knew this was a fantastic opportunity to grow the business in the region,” stated Jonathan Debilde, VP of business development in Europe. “Already having accounts and partners in the region enables us to hit the ground running and continue on a path of strong growth.”

AllSource has assembled a global team of imagery, geospatial, and subject matter experts giving customers and strategic partners access to the most effective tools, content and automation. This results in delivery of real-time finished geospatial intelligence to solve customer problems leveraging the access economy business model. Fusing the expertise of a professional network of highly trained analysts with imagery, open source intelligence, and automation provides AllSource the capability to deliver high priority insight, finished intelligence and wisdom seamlessly to customers.

“We have worked with Jonathan and Sim for years and are thrilled to have experienced professionals of their caliber join the AllSource team,” said Herring.

To learn more, visit www.allsourceanalysis.com

 

About AllSource Analysis
AllSource Analysis leads the commercial imagery intelligence market with a suite of multi-source information and analytic products and subscriptions. In partnership with the world’s leading data resources and an international network of analysts, the AllSource Analyst Network fuses unique content into actionable intelligence for critical decision-makers in energy, financial, government, humanitarian and insurance industries.