Maporama, the provider of location-centric applications, announced the availability of new detailed street-level cartographic data for Canada. This extension of Maporama’s geographic coverage was prepared in collaboration with DMTI Spatial. Regularly and frequently updated data are a sine qua non for a true and fast return on investment of strategic location-centric applications designed, for example, to reduce travel-related costs and improve the efficiency of mobile sales representatives, to track vehicle fleets in real-time and eliminate non-productive distance-related costs, to shorten sales cycles by efficiently guiding consumers to the closest outlet having a particular product in stock. These most recent modifications, extensions, and updates cover the highest level of detail, with, in particular, newly built streets and roads, one-way streets, street names and numbers, points of interest (hotels, restaurants, museums, administrations, hospitals, monuments, railway stations…), and road signs. Thanks to this latest update of Maporama’s geographic coverage, the company’s customer’s benefit from the most up-to-date data combined with the market’s most powerful location-centric products. This data is totally integrated with Maporama Unified Database and thus accessible from all Maporama’s products, in particular the company’s suite of professional solutions Maporama Enterprise Solutions and its development tool Maporama Web Services.
Maporama’s exclusive technical architecture allows for fast integration and aggregation of cartographic data while guaranteeing the best performance of its products and having virtually no limitation as to the volume of data contained in Maporama Unified Database. Thereby, Maporama localizes over 635 000 cities in all countries in the world and offers detailed street level maps of several dozens of thousands of cities in over 50 countries across all continents, remaining the only player on its market capable of pinpointing any street address on a territory corresponding to a total population of more than two billion consumers.