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The North American version of Microsoft MapPoint 2013 has officially released! There are a bunch of new features and a full UX update. Check out the details from our Marketing team below. Or, if you know how awesome MapPoint is and just can’t wait to get a copy, buy one from the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft® MapPoint® gives you the power to visualize sales, competitor and customer data to make better business decisions. Create information-rich maps with your data to show important relationships, identify business trends, and illustrate opportunities. When on the road, get trip routing and turn-by-turn directions to easily plan better trips.
MapPoint helps you streamline your travel:
MapPoint makes it easy to use maps in combination with your Microsoft Office documents:
This product is jam-packed full of business intelligence tools and includes the ability to easily visualize data sets, plus navigate your way around town….offline. If you’re thinking, “CP, this is the Bing Maps Blog. Why are you writing about MapPoint?” Well, my team overseas MapPoint, Streets and Trips and AutoRoute as well. So, yeah, I care! You can download a trial of MapPoint 2013 from the Microsoft Download Center; or, better yet, just go ahead and buy yourself a copy from the Microsoft Store website.
1GPS device sold separately. GPS functionality requires a GPS device that supports NMEA 2.0 or later. To share your route to your other GPS devices, you must export via a GPX file to a GPX-compatible GPS device. Not all GPS devices are supported.
Loving these updates.
Thanks for this release
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