Determining where a set of points are in relation to defined geographic areas—whether custom boundaries or from one of the Maponics GIS datasets—can provide a powerful way to aggregate, filter and display locations in lists and map applications. Clients simply provide a list of addresses or similar point data—with or without geographic coordinates—and we provide the areas they fall within. We can cross-reference points to any of our GIS datasets, public data (such as Census boundaries), or custom boundaries.
Examples of how we've helped other customers:
- Analyzing field-collected locations, like parking garage entrances and exits, and appending the neighborhood name for each GPS-collected point.
- Geotagging our customer's in-house list of new customers with which sales territory they fall in.
- Helping to screen out "bad" leads that fall outside of specific city limits.
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