Maponics, a provider of boundary sets and other data to many real estate websites and vendors, has been snatched up by Pitney Bowes, a provider of products and services that power commerce, according to an email sent to Maponics clients. Maponics’ spatial data paired with Pitney Bowes’ identification and location software will offer clients a “holistic, accurate and precise view of your target audience that we believe to be unmatched in the market,” the email said.
- Maponics provides boundary sets and other data to many real estate websites and vendors; it announced the acquisition via an email to clients.
- Pitney Bowes is a $4 billion technology provider, according to the email.
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