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PBBI launches MapInfo Professional v11.0 in UK

Windsor, UK: Pitney Bowes Business Insight (PBBI) announced the UK launch of Pitney Bowes MapInfo Professional v11.0, the latest version of the company’s flagship solution for business and mapping analysis. MapInfo Professional is a powerful Microsoft Windows-based mapping application that enables organisations to capitalise on location-based data, gaining deeper insights into their customers, resources and overall operations to make better informed decisions.
MapInfo Professional v11.0 addresses key usability and business problems related to spatial data creation, analysis, access and the cost associated with spatial data management. The new browser window offers advanced data entry options and follows the latest industry practices that result in a simple yet effective alphanumeric data entry experience. Its direct integration with MapInfo Manager promotes more effective use of an organisation’s spatial data – thereby generating considerable time efficiencies.
Some of the key benefits of MapInfo Professional v11.0 include:- Faster tabular data creation and analysis via the new Browser Window: Working with large datasets and obtaining preferred view is generally a multi step process requiring ‘SQL select’ syntax. Now users just right click on the context menu to define preferred views.- Efficient searching, accessing and management of spatial data organisation-wide: MapInfo V11.0 integration with MapInfo Manager simplifies data management, including the ability to find and open the right data quickly.  It is now possible for MapInfo Professional 11.0 users to add map data to MapInfo Manager without leaving the application.- Perform memory intensive operations with enhanced support on 64-bit operating systems: The new version can take advantage of up to twice the memory of previous versions of MapInfo Professional.  This benefits many memory intensive operations such as large object processing tasks.  – There is also a new Premium Services option which makes road level contextual data or navigating a map as easy as clicking a button or typing an address: It’s easy to overlay street tile data and if users need to access different places of interest quickly the ‘Move Map To’ function allows them to do so with the click of a button.
Source: PBBI UK