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SpatialTEQ Releases MapBusinessOnline.com 4.2 - Census Tracts, MSAs, Zip 3s, and Canadian Territory

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Tuesday, April 15th 2014


SpatialTEQ Releases MapBusinessOnline.com 4.2 - Census Tracts, MSAs, Zip 3s, and Canadian Territory

Map Publisher SpatialTEQ Inc. today announced the release of MapBusinessOnline.com 4.2 - affordable sales, marketing and business planning tools for organizations in the USA, Canada and the UK. Map Business Online (MBO) 4.2, expands MBO’s affordable cloud-based sales territory mapping solution to include Canada, while offering an extensive list of geospatial features dedicated to enhancing sales and market work flows. MBO 4.2 addresses a variety of user feature requests including expanded sales territory management tools and administrative district controls for Canada. MBO 4.2 offers a full Canadian subscription complete with provincial, county, and FSA map layers. Users of MapBusinessOnline.com Canada will be able to create and manage sales territories, generate radius or polygon postal code maps, and access Statistics Canada demographic data while benefiting from existing MBO features. With the 4.2 release Map Business Online now offers a dedicated Market Analysis Tool with options for querying distances to multiple store locations, calculating customer records located within a radius of multiple store locations, and estimating the sales potential by store location. This powerful Market Analysis Tool adds automation to MBO’s existing concentric circle analysis. Map Business Online 4.2 includes the ability to conduct mass updates to specific columns of previously imported data, avoiding the need to re-import user data. Color coding and symbology settings will be preserved through the update process. An Application Programming Interface (API) that supports data updates will be available upon request and for an additional service fee. With MBO 4.2 USA users will have access to more map data layers including MSAs – Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Census Tracts, Zip3 (3 Digit zip code areas), and city boundary limits. Matching demographic data will be available for these additional map layer segments. With this release MBO will offer classic Heat Map views of imported datasets. Heat maps match data values with color gradations to display hot spots on the map. Additional color coding effects have been added including more labeling and color shading options for color codes by circles. Color coding by area now supports up to 100 shades and the setting of custom shades. Chart symbolization now includes column charts and has been expanded to support up to six data columns. Color code by symbol will allow up to 56 ranges and will support the creation of custom ranges and unique ID’s. Additional business mapping software features include support for copying symbology color code ranges, color coding upon data import, and enhanced map layer label options.

About Map Business Online
Brought to you by the creators of BusinessMAP, www.MapBusinessOnline.com has been providing sales & marketing professionals with affordable and intuitive solutions to geographic challenges since 2010. Create, edit, and share maps that reflect your business. Access optimized multi-stop routes to drive down travel costs. No other map software solves so much for so little.
Contact: Geoffrey Ives geoffives@spatialteq.com

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