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Anyone help me with mapping software suggestions?Posted Monday, May 16, 2011, at 5:52 PM
I am trying to create an interactive map. I prefer it to be computer based but could be cloud as long as it can be secure.
Major companies exhibit the attributes in their websites but getting to their IT department will be challenging.
Primarily I need North America but World capabilities would be good too.
I want to be able to place a marker on a city that says I have X number of accounts in the area, then with a mouse-over shows categories, and then another break-out box that opens to show name address and phone number.
Might someone on this blog be able to point me in the right direction? I would prefer off the shelf so I am not dependent on a unique program that has been developed and is only supported by one person. It would not have the documentation and support for which I am looking.
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