Using this tool is reportedly as easy as creating a document. Just import a data via a spreadsheet to input, say for example, sales leads, business addresses, and names to analyze information in a simple easy-to-read format. Google believes that the tool helps businesses make wise decisions through the organized information. Google Maps could also help usersplan their operations visually.
"With the ability to collect business information, visualize it on a map and share it across multipledevices, organizations can make better sense of data in relation to real-world surroundings," Google said.
Google Maps Engine is also getting a slew of new features, including a new mobile app and connector tools to easily migrate data from legacy systems. For those who want to try, Google is offering a free introductory account. You can sign uphere.
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