MapXtreme 2008 employs .NET development tool

Pitney Bowes MapInfo has unveiled MapXtreme 2008, the newest version of the company's Microsoft .NET-based location intelligence platform.

The software lets organizations integrate location data with existing business systems, the company said.

MapXtreme 2008 works with Microsoft's .NET development environment, Visual Studio 2008. Software developers can use it to create custom mapping and location intelligence applications, the company said.

MapXtreme applications can be deployed on the Web or on desktop PCs.

'With the ability to quickly develop custom location intelligence applications, organizations can visualize and analyze data to discover new relationship and trends ' insight that drives more intelligent decisions,' said Robert Pipe, vice president of product management for location intelligence at Pitney Bowes Software.

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