Avenza Maps Pro now available to industry professionals

November 16, 2016  - By

Avenza Systems has announced that its mobile mapping app, Avenza Maps, will now come in a Pro version. Avenza Maps Pro is an annual subscription designed to meet the needs of professionals of businesses, government agencies and educational institutions.

Avenza Maps Pro is the most powerful version to date of the application. It benefits from years of development and commitment to the mapping community, Avenza said.

Features of the Pro subscription include commercial, government and other professional use rights (not available with other versions), allowing an unlimited number of maps to be imported, Shapefile import and export, data collection and management and enhanced support.

The subscription also allows for enterprise-level management of the Avenza Maps app across mobile devices for organizations of any size using a new subscription management system.

“We have plans to build out additional professional features to increase the value proposition of Avenza Maps to the professional community,” said Doug Smith, sales director of Avenza Systems.

The Avenza Maps app is an all-inclusive mapping platform for iOS, Android, and Windows mobile devices. Consumers can download the app for free, get georeferenced maps from the Avenza Map Store, and use them completely offline with a variety of tools. Map publishers can register as a vendor in the Avenza Map Store and generate revenue by pricing their maps and making them available for purchase. Businesses and organizations can upgrade to a cost-effective Avenza Maps Pro subscription which allows for commercial use, includes enhanced tools and features, and enhanced support.

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Tracy Cozzens

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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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