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Born in 2009, MapAnything became an idea by co-founders John Stewart and Ben Brantly while
running Saber Business Solutions, a Salesforce Force.com Partner. In 2012, the company
changed its name to Cloudbilt and released a suite of applications to the AppExchange, one of
which was MapAnything. The traction from the MapAnything product was unprecedented, so
in 2015 the company took its first round of venture funding and renamed the company to
reflect its mission. MapAnything.

With over 1,700 Clients and over 170+ employees, we help our clients increase revenue, drive
productivity, gain better territory visibility and deepen customer loyalty. MapAnything makes
Geo-Productivity Software for companies that use Salesforce or ServiceNow, to empower field
sales and service teams with location-based insights. We do this all in the CRM workflow to help
clients streamline operations, automate business process, and increase overall accuracy and


Whether you're employed at the federal, state or local government, you need the ability to turn data into actionable intelligence so you can make decisions faster and better serve your community. MapAnything enables you to quickly respond to citizen requests, visualize progress & program outcomes, and produce high-quality reports on demand.

Unlike geo-analytics, which uses maps to impact decision making, MapAnything puts analytics into action for the mobile workforce using geo-productivity. Leveraging customer data, combined with live IoT and vehicle insights, we streamline critical business processes to improve efficiency and customer loyalty.


East Sussex Highways Success Story
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MapAnything Puts East Sussex Highways on the Road to Productivity

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SEWP Contracts


Contract Number: Group A Small: NNG15SC03B Group D Other Than Small: NNG15SC27B Term: May 1, 2015 - May 1, 2025

State & Local Contracts

Texas DIR-TSO-4288

Texas DIR Contract: DIR-TSO-4288 Contract Period: Through February 21, 2021 (with 2 option years)


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