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Maximize Your Sales Team’s Time with Route Optimization

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Have you ever made plans to a visit a list of places and meet people, only to realize half way through the day that you won't get a chance get to half of them? Its one thing to not be able to meet friends because of a busy social calendar - But missing out on meeting potential clients is a different matter. Missing that meeting could affect your relationship with that client negatively, or result in losing a deal with a...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/maximize-your-sales-teams-time-with-route-optimization

Introducing eSpatial’s New Annotations Feature

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What is an annotation? An annotation a note added in explanation of an item. They are commonly used to describe and summarize important content. This becomes especially important when it comes to a map which has been filtered and analysed as you need to give the viewer the ability to understand the map in the least amount of time possible. eSpatial's map annotations allow you to do just that. Watch our video below to find out how! There are four...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/introducing-espatials-new-annotations-feature

Giving Your Data Context With Mapping

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Context is such an important factor of any decision making activities. When circumstances are taken out of context, things are misunderstood, mistakes are made, points may be missed, leading to costly decisions. Context can also provide crucial meaning for your business data. For example, hearing a company made a low profit this year may not seem like good news. However, if you knew the same company was in the red for the previous two years, it changes your perception. This is why context...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/giving-data-context-mapping

Mapping for Business 101: Present and Publish

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Over the past 8 weeks we have gone through Mapping for Business step by step and hopefully you've found a way to use mapping successfully to drive business decisions in your organization. This week we are going to bring everything together to help you present your data in the best possible way. Style and Color Ok, so first of all you need to make sure your map looks good. Style and color can mean the difference between a room full...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/mapping-business-101-present-publish

The July Update of eSpatial has been Released

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Our latest update has been released successfully! This weekend, our development team pushed through the our latest release of eSpatial, and with it a host of new features to help organizations of all sizes visualize and analyze business data. If you have logged into your account or signed up this week, you will begin to see the changes in your account, but if not, we have a full list of the changes below. Click the above map to see map...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/july-update-espatial-released

Printing Maps: eSpatial vs MapPoint

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In our last post, we talked about how exporting and presenting your data is an important factor in communicating your results with others important with others. If you still use MapPoint or have used MapPoint in the past, you will know the pains of trying to export and print maps. It can be cumbersome and it's easy to get lost in it's menus. For many MapPoint users, they looked for answers online. If you search online, you will find people having...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/printing-maps-espatial-vs-mappoint

How To Export Your Map Collections With MapBooks

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With eSpatial, we have always included the ability to export an image of your map in a high quality image or PDF. After all, mapping software is a data visualization tool for your organization, so it's important to be able to present your maps in a visual way to others. Exporting maps is easy and can be done in just a few clicks. However, when you have a large collection of maps in your Workspace or a sales territory with multiple...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/using-mapbooks-to-export-your-mapping-projects

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