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MapInfo: Location Intelligence
Enabling more insightful decisions

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Your company collects enormous amounts of information. Data that tells you a lot about the "who," the "what," the "when" and the "how many." Whether you realize it or not, that data contains a hidden asset you can't see in a spreadsheet or chart that can provide you with a significant competitive advantage.

The "Where"
Organizations are realizing the power and benefits of including Location Intelligence in their day-to-day operational and analysis tools. This additional capability has benefits such as:
  • Helping employees make more informed decisions
  • Improving customer services
  • Augmenting facility and asset management
  • Enhancing planning and organizational responsiveness
MapXtreme® 2004, for the .NET development environment, and MapXtreme® Java, for Java developers, make possible the development of map-enabled applications. Each provides a single environment for deployment of applications to either the desktop or the web. And they comply with both IT and geospatial industry standards ensuring interoperability.

MapXtreme 2004
Designed for Windows® programmers who are familiar with the Microsoft®

.NET development environment, the MapXtreme 2004 SDK works with a number of languages including VisualBasic.NET, C#, Visual C++ and ASP.NET. It fully integrates with VisualStudio.NET and uses drag and drop functionality to facilitate rapid application development.

MapXtreme Java
Completely 100% Java, MapXtreme Java has the key advantages of scalability, multi-platform support and write once, run anywhere saving development time and cost. MapXtreme Java comes with a set of visual and non-visual JavaBeansTM that speed application development because they can be used with visual IDEs such as Borland® JBuilder,TM Oracle® JDeveloper, or Sun® ONE Studio. Developers can use the standard drag and drop and set properties mechanisms to add objects to their applications.

MapX Mobile
MapX Mobile helps organizations seeking to improve the efficiency and productivity of their mobile workforce by enabling the creation of map-enabled applications for Pocket PC powered devices. A mobile workforce can receive, view and analyze data wherever critical decisions are made. MapX Mobile has built in GPS support and enables complete customization via standard development languages such as embedded C++ and .NET.

MapXtreme 2004, MapXtreme Java and MapX Mobile provide you with the tools needed to easily incorporate mapping technology into your applications. These capabilities help you present data in easy to understand formats. Join your colleagues who enable Location Intelligence across their organizations.

Learn more at www.mapinfo.com/sdk.

Who is Location Intelligent?
A Major Financial Services Firm - enabling their customers to find ATMs and vendors around the world by phone or website.

A Leading Reinsurance Provider - visualizing risk exposure.

U.S. Department of Commerce - analyzing trade statistics visually at ese.export.gov.

Several Major Telecommunications Providers - helping customers determine which services are available by location.

A Transportation and Delivery Firm - employing an internal application that enables their sales representatives to develop quotes more accurately and quickly.

A Major European Solutions Provider - offering a web-enabled vehicle tracking and telematics solution.

South Florida Water Management District - providing citizens, scientists, teachers and students access to a vast amount of information about the Everglades at glades.sfwmd.gov.

And many, many more.

About MapInfo®
MapInfo enables organizations to become location intelligent through the use of software, data and professional services. Location intelligence helps organizations:

  • make more insightful decisions by visualizing information such as sales territories and store performance;
  • lower costs through operational efficiencies and better management of assets;
  • increase revenue through better site selection and product/service offerings;
  • improve customer service through self-help and easy to understand visuals;
  • see where the threats are and where opportunities exist.
"Location Intelligence enables organizations to reach their performance targets and provides a critical addition to a company's operational processes. Organizations today that fail to embrace location as a business context and technology will fall behind competitors and not be effective or efficient in their daily operations."
- Mark Smith, CEO and Senior Vice President of Research at Ventana Research

To learn more about Map Info, go to: http://MapInfo.com

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