JOIN BENTON BELCHER AT CRMUG FOCUS 17

Headed to CRMUG FOCUS next week? Be sure to join the EasyTerritory VP of Sales and Marketing, Benton Belcher, for an exciting deep dive session titled, ‘Going Beyond the Out-of-Box Territory Entity! Territory Management and Geospatial Strategies for Dynamics 365’. The presentation will be held Tuesday, May 9th, from 3:00-4:00 CST at the Union Station […]

EASYTERRITORY ANNOUNCES APRIL 2017 RELEASE

The April 2017 release of EasyTerritory (v2.72.3) is available now. This release is packed full of exciting new features customers have been asking for. We will take a detailed look at some the new features below. If you are ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today. New BI-only mode New convert a […]

EASYTERRITORY ANNOUNCES FEBRUARY 2017 RELEASE

The February 2017 release of EasyTerritory (v2.61.4) is available! This is a maintenance release with multiple performance improvements as well as plugin updates to support Dynamics 365. This release also includes our new 2017 zip code polygon and point dataset. If you’re ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today.

EASYTERRITORY ANNOUNCES DECEMBER 2016 RELEASE

The December 2016 release of EasyTerritory (v2.58.2) will be available on 12/1/2016! See below for more information about what’s new in this release. If you’re ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today. RELEASE NOTES New Mobile View Features! Support for nulls or blanks in data classifications Display the current mouse position as […]

EASYTERRITORY ANNOUNCES OCTOBER 2016 RELEASE

The October 2016 release of EasyTerritory (v2.55.6) will be available on 10/3/2016! See below for more information about what’s new in this release. If you’re ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today. RELEASE NOTES New create and edit record capability for spreadsheet-uploaded point data Improvements to the partitioning function with new capabilities […]

EASYTERRITORY ANNOUNCES AUGUST 2016 RELEASE

The August 2016 release of EasyTerritory (v2.46.1) is now available! See below for more information about what’s new in this release. If you’re ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today. RELEASE NOTES New project and user tags improve searchability New project and user filter support in administrative area Can now manage group […]

NEW POSTAL DATASETS

As of our June Release EasyTerritory has added new international postal datasets to its inventory. Along with our consistently maintained US dataset, the following is our current international list with associated cost and availability. Please contact EasyTerritory  sales@easyterritory.com  for more information. UK – Available with Enterprise, requires special license. $1,200/year Germany – Available with Standard or […]

EASYTERRITORY ANNOUNCES JUNE 2016 RELEASE

The June 2016 release of EasyTerritory (v2.29.8) is now available! See below for more information about what’s new in this release. If you’re ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today. RELEASE NOTES New join tabular data with map layer New Schedule partitioning support Support for automatic hole removal in markup-builder New toggle […]

EASYTERRITORY ANNOUNCES APRIL 2016 RELEASE

The April 2016 release of EasyTerritory (v2.26.1) is now available! See below for more information about the significant enhancements in this release. If you’re ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today. RELEASE NOTES New Mobile View allows users to share data with others on their mobile devices New Territory Realignment feature makes […]

SNEAK PEEK AT ENHANCED SUPER STATS VIEW FOR APRIL 2016 RELEASE

We are excited to announce support for super statistics in our upcoming April 2016 release of EasyTerritory! The super stats report gives you a breakdown of statistics by markup object (territory) in an easy to read grid view. Additionally, the stats panel will highlight values that are one and two standard deviations from the norm. […]