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Updated in EWS Jan 14, 2021
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Leticia is a digital collaborative platform aimed to support filling the conservation financing gap in the Amazon Basin by optimizing project financing channels in this region. The platform would use the most advanced technologies and algorithms to provide information on who is doing what where and intelligently connect investors and funding sources with high impact public and private projects. As a digital platform, Leticia aims to provide in one place intelligent data and tools to connect governments, investors, donors, philanthropists with carefully identified investment opportunities in high priority locations for programs such as Herencia Colombia. The platform combines location intelligence with the power of connections and collaboration integrating the industry-leading Geographic Information System (GIS) and Client Relationship Manager (CRM) platforms in one place. Additionally, the alliance with the Basque Institute for Climate Change (BC3) allows the implementation of advanced data science algorithms using data from external partners based on unique semantic analysis capabilities. This powerful combination allows Leticia to provide a wide range of audiences with a fast and accurate response with an optimal user experience.
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