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May 20, 2019
Maptitude 2019 Adds Enhanced MapPoint and Streets & Trips Features

NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS (USA) – Maptitude 2019 dominates the space vacated by MapPoint, supporting Microsoft MapPoint-like tools & queries. With enhanced versions of the features that MapPoint users are familiar with, Maptitude retains the ease-of-use of MapPoint while providing functionality that Microsoft MapPoint users could only wish for.

The new and improved tools provide the ability to:

  • Share and save your work using a single document! Maptitude 2019 can compress all of your windows, tables, and map layers into a single file for sharing
  • Autosave and file lock your workspaces to protect your work and prevent accidental overwriting
  • Import MapPoint and Streets & Trips waypoints (.PTM, .EST, .AXE) directly into the Routing Manager, along with settings such as arrival and departure times
  • Import MapPoint shapes/lines/text and then to be able to edit and modify them
  • Update your map boundaries with changes in your Excel spreadsheet or SQL Server database
  • Customize your one-click export to Excel reports with different analytics and demographics

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