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TSI is an official Pitney Bowes Business Partner, and has incorporated the following Pitney Bowes products into a variety of solutions for both the public and private sector. In addition, TSI develops solutions that can import data and maps from other mapping software. See data sources for more information.

MapInfo Professional
This industry-leading business mapping solution lets you perform sophisticated and detailed spatial analysis to better understand business information. View data sheet.

MapInfo Professional v12.5 Features

MapMarker Plus
This product is used to geocode desktop or enterprise data quickly and accurately, making it immediately available to location-based applications such as desktop mapping and demographic analysis, or Internet-based services such as store locators and routing services. Geocoding is the process of searching database records for addresses, ZIP codes, and other geographic information, and assigning latitude and longitude coordinates. It is the first and most fundamental step in using location information to gain business intelligence. View data sheet.

This product can help businesses make accurate and confident decisions by providing insight into the demographic and purchase behavior characteristics of any geographic area in the United States. View data sheet.

MapX Mobile
MapInfo MapX Mobile is a version of MapX that will run on the Pocket PC platform, i.e., the Compaq iPAQ and HP Jornada. This is a developer tool to enable our customers to develop new mobile applications as well as mobile extensions to their existing applications. Applications that are built with MapX Mobile can run stand-alone on the device and leverage the Pocket PC Windows OS. They do not require a wireless connection.

This software can be used to put mapping applications into the hands of anyone with access to a web browser. With a simple click, customers can see their wireless coverage area, find the closest drug store, or get driving directions to the next sales call. Network engineers can visually spot disruptions in their network, automatically notifying customers of service outages. View data sheet.