As the CKE Restaurant Holdings, Inc.'s two popular restaurant brands, Carl's Jr. and Hardee's, grow in the U.S. and in several international markets, managing franchise territories has become more complex. CKE relies on Maptitude to simplify territory identification and allocation, and to improve franchisee satisfaction.
As population growth and changes led to an imbalance in the workloads of police districts in the San Francisco Area, the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) needed to redraw the police districts, taking into account a large amount of data, such as the number of calls for service, number of incidents, response time, population, and the location of key infrastructure.
The San Antonio Kidney Disease Center needed to see where patients lived based on different criteria and sometimes on subsets of that criteria. They needed to be able to contrast one set versus another very quickly and they needed a simple way for the physicians to be able to use the data.
MapPoint and Maptitude have provided location-intelligence tools since the early days of mapping software, but MapPoint is being discontinued by Microsoft. Maptitude is the clear successor and is meeting and exceeding the expectations of former MapPoint customers such as Coverpoint.
The United States Census Bureau required a complete address list in order to collect a questionnaire from every address. To support the 2010 Census, the Census Bureau implemented a Maptitude-based solution, named MAF/TIGER Partnership Software (MTPS).
California Citizens Redistricting Commission (CRC) is a 14-member Commission that Californians created by passing the Voters FIRST Act at the November 2008 general election. The 14 commissioners define the geographic boundaries for 80 Assembly districts, 40 Senate districts, and four State Board of Equalization districts so that they contain reasonably equal populations.
The Census Bureau counts the number of people living in the United States every decade, and the results are used to apportion the members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Maptitude for Redistricting makes it possible for state legislatures, reapportionment commissions, political parites, and interest groups to design redistricting plans that meet all kinds of objectives and comply with Federal requirements.
The Orange County Registrar of Voters embraced Maptitude for Precinct and Election Management for creating portion boundaries, ballot types, and voting precincts, for allocating language assistance staff, and for deploying election day coordinators.
The New York City Board of Elections use Maptitude for Precinct and Election Management for creating Election District boundaries that comply with statutory requirements for compactness, wholly within districts, with physical boundaries, and with no more than 1,150 registrants.