We wanted to cover some of the great new features coming in V4 of Mapsimise. We are getting really close now with the new “data bridge”.
Check out the video below to see a walkthrough of why connected data is important for your business.
What is a "Data Bridge"?
Without getting technical, it means you can access more or your data systems via Mapsimise.
It means commonality between functions with different data from different systems, and a brand-new UI to make the usability even easier.
We have all heard the phrase “Big Data” and it might mean many different things, but here at Mapsimise we are looking at a new way for you to access your data by location. We call this “Connected Data”. Instead of uploading all your data to one system we are building more and more connectors to enable your teams to get more from the well known providers that you already have in place.
With Mapsimise V4 there will also be editable data grids for the data table. We will then be bringing this to the connector too, meaning you can update your system data from Mapsimise.
For now let's cover off some of the great benefits you already get with connectors in Mapsimise. Since the very first launch we have enabled 7 different connections including the Mapsimise API and of course, uploading from Excel.
Our ambition is to support over 30 different popular connectors and enhance functionality directly from Mapsimise.
Our key CRM connectors will continue to be enhanced adding features like notes and activities from a pin, while adding simple data edits where possible for key records.
Why Connected Data?
Our team have spent the last 12 years building software solutions for businesses like yours. Mapsimise is still quite new and it is one of the biggest projects we have undertaken however, at the heart of everything we do is the fact we understand the importance of data in business. We understand that good data that can be easily visualised and easily understood brings great value to the decision making process. Our ambition is to bring you more so that you can do more with what you already have.
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