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Real Estate Giant Dominion Choose Maponics for Neighborhood Data

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Dominion Enterprises, the company behind Homes.com, eNeighborhoods and over 40 other market-leading web brands, has chosen Maponics Neighborhood Data to power its advanced local search capability. Reaching over 12.5 million unique monthly visitors, Dominions’ Web sites serve the automotive, real estate, apartment, recruitment and marine markets.

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So after reading the article it looks as if Maponics is made for integration into a either a Decision Support System or most likely into Business Intelligence. So what I am finding out so far is the fact the ZIP/Postal Codes are a major part of this industry especially when doing market studies. But unfortunately the field you are in is what I would refer to as a closed niche. But it is still interesting since I have recently started reading a book called "Geo-Business -- GIS in the Digital Organization." And thanks to your site I have even more of an idea of what I need & it seems as though that I have made the right decision to start learning Visual Basic.

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