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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Learn About TomTom’s Global Geocoder - Technical Overview and Business Cases

Sponsored by: TomTom
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TomTom supports street-level geocoding in 100+ countries, house number geocoding in 50+ countries, and address-level geocoding in 17 countries (including the U.S., Russia and Taiwan), offering a highly accurate international solution for today’s businesses. Geocoding is the backbone of the growing LBS market, and is used by a broad range of industries to improve overall business results.

TomTom’s Global Geocoder Web service delivers restriction-free usage to enable high performance, high volume geocoding services. This webinar will provide information about TomTom’s solutions, including:

  • How high-volume batch geocoding works (including no volume restrictions)
  • The simple user interface
  • High match rates on a global scale
  • Paying only when you receive a match

Speakers include TomTom’s geocoding product manager, Amy Metz, and pre-sales consultant, Mike Dannehy.

Who should attend

Managers, users and developers who need to keep abreast of developments in geocoding technology



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