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Mappoint vs. ESRI

This is a discussion on Mappoint vs. ESRI within the Bing Maps and MapPoint Web Service forums, part of the Map Forums category; I need to find some advantages using Mappoint vs ESRI. Does anyone have a resource that will help...

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    Anonymous is offline Senior Member Black Belt
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    Mappoint vs. ESRI

    I need to find some advantages using Mappoint vs ESRI. Does anyone have a resource that will help

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    Aggpsdave is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Price Functionality

    Use Them both MapPoint does all I need it for. The big eqaulizer is the linking of Excel in our business applicatons.
    Esri is costly and it does a lot more just make sure you need the Bells and whistles.This is how I found Mappoint,using the .shp file linking utility.

    Dave
    Dave Giannotti
    Managing Partner
    Pat Inc.
    Trimble Field Solution Distributor

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    ananthdeena is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Can u suggest me!!!

    Sir, which will be more specific and easy to programm ESRI ArcGIS or MapPoint Location Server???
    Ananth Deena
    Blaze Technology Solutions (P) Ltd
    Pondicherry
    India

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    ananthdeena is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Can u suggest me!!!

    Sir, which will be more specific and easy to programm ESRI ArcGIS or MapPoint Location Server???
    Ananth Deena
    Blaze Technology Solutions (P) Ltd
    Pondicherry
    India

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    Anonymous is offline Senior Member Black Belt
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    Mappoint location server is more easier in terms of programming. But ESRI products are more tuned for performing high end GIS analyses etc. I feel MapPoint is good for simple mapping applications. ESRI has similar product called ArcWEB services instead of ArcGIS that you have specified. I can give you a better idea if you can specify your objectives more clearly, ie what you are trying to achieve. Hope this helps. Thanks

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