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DeLorme, a Yarmouth, Maine-based provider of mapping products, technologies and data for the consumer and professional markets, has introduced the new XMap 5.0 GIS Enterprise suite of software products.

The XMap 5.0 suite includes a range of mapping, routing, navigation, GPS (global positioning system) and GIS (geographic information system) file management solutions for administrators, field technicians and managers. According to the company, it offers a variety of features, such as geospatial querying, buffering tools, bulk geodata import, coordinate geometry support and command line importing tools.

The suite includes the XMap 5.0 GIS Enterprise (which is a GIS database management tool designed to meet the needs of enterprise GIS administrators), the GIS Editor (which is ideal for a stand-alone GIS or as a supplement to existing GIS infrastructures) and the Professional (designed for mobile professionals and field crews).

DeLorme: (800) 293-2389; or www.xmap.com


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