MapInfo Professional v12.0 announced

By on 9 July, 2013

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Pitney Bowes recently launched MapInfo Professional v12.0, the company’s flagship mapping and analysis application.

MapInfo Professional v12.0 includes significant cartographic output improvements including new labelling capabilities, an improved scale bar, legend designer and layout window.

This release also includes a number of productivity and ease of use improvements, including a new translator for easily bringing data in and out of MapInfo Professional, Autodesk SQLite integration, new productivity tools, support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, PostGIS 2.0 and WFS 1.1.

Tony Jordan, Senior GIS Technician, Fraser Coast Regional Council says, “As a long time user of MapInfo Professional for over 15 years, it really is fantastic to see the cartographic improvements in v12.0. The new labelling, scale bar and legend improvements will make it so much easier for our organisation to produce high quality map output that reflects and displays clean data well.”

More information is available on the release at www.pitneybowes.com.au/MIProV12.

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