Fort Collins, Colo. — August 17, 2011 — Mapbiquity.com and Manastash Mapping announced a partnership that makes simple, cost-effective web mapping available to more organizations. Although easy to use, Mapbiquity requires a small amount of technical knowledge to prepare data and publish a web map. The new services provided by Manastash Mapping eliminate that need by helping clients generate and manage their own location-based data, configuring the data in Mapbiquity, and publishing maps on the client’s web site.
“Mapbiquity’s original goals were to help small organizations benefit from their location-based data by making it easier to put maps on their web pages”, says Kris Peterson, Founder and Owner of Mapbiquity. Kris continues, “This partnership allows us to reach out and help even more of those organizations.”
Mapbiquity LLC was founded in 2010 with the goals of bringing web mapping to more organizations and making it easy to create elegant maps for the Web. Mapbiquity is found on the Web at www.mapbiquity.com and on Twitter at @mapbiquity.
About Manastash Mapping
Manastash Mapping was founded in 2009 to provide quality, affordable mapping and geographic analysis to community organizations, non-profits, and local governments. Manastash Mapping is found on the Web at www.manastashmapping.com.
Mapbiquity and Manastash Mapping Announce Partnership
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