Synchronize a map with a newer map update.
Suppose you have a subscription to receive street data from a map vendor and you require that the street data be absolutely current and accurate in order to create routes to residential and business addresses. You may need to edit your vendor data to correct miscellaneous address errors and to include recently built subdivisions. A data synchronization problem occurs when your vendor releases a new map update that may or may not contain your edits. You are faced with a choice: use the new vendor data and lose your data modifications or ignore the latest vendor data and risk losing important changes that your vendor may have made. MapMerger’s data synchronization capability helps you resolve differences between your data and the latest vendor update, enabling you to create a map that has both your edits and the latest information provided by your data supplier.
Watch a video showing how MapMerger adds alleys to a street map.