How Pozi Works
Pozi is a web application that aggregates spatial and non-spatial data from various public and private sources.
Pozi's hybrid cloud architecture connects users directly to live, authoritative data sources to maintain information integrity and eliminate data double-handling.
Pozi utilises many data APIs, most of which are public data catalogues made available by government and commercial providers.
In addition, Pozi Enterprise and Enterprise Cloud sites have Pozi Server installed on their network which acts as an API for the organisation's internal datasets. The internal datasets are available only to users within the network (Enterprise), or authorised via Microsoft App Proxy (Enterprise Cloud).
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Public users can easily access publicly available data.
Users who are connected to the corporate network (either physically or via VPN) have access to internal data sources.
Users who are signed in to their Microsoft account gain access to corporate data sources that are made available through Microsoft App Proxy.
Organisations gain efficiencies from not having to import, process, store and republish data from internal and external sources.
Users gain confidence that they have easy, direct access to the critical information they need.