Tips to Migrate Multimap and MapPoint Web Service to the Bing Maps Platform

Microsoft will consolidate Multimap and MapPoint Web services to the Bing Maps platform effective November 18, 2011. "While there is a substantial amount of helpful information available at migration portal, including a devoted page to migration partners, Bing Maps team highlights two store locator templates that've proven helpful to customers":InKnowledge's Bing Maps Locator Wizard was […]

Microsoft will consolidate Multimap and MapPoint Web services to the Bing Maps platform effective November 18, 2011. "While there is a substantial amount of helpful information available at migration portal, including a devoted page to migration partners, Bing Maps team highlights two store locator templates that've proven helpful to customers":

InKnowledge's Bing Maps Locator Wizard was built around multiple Microsoft technologies, including Bing Maps AJAX Control 7.0, Bing Maps REST services, Bing Spatial Data Services, Windows Azure, SQL Azure and MVC3. Customers can use the basic locator to customize their site within minutes, and have the option to download or host in Windows Azure through InKnowledge's portal (the service is free.)

For more information, check out a preview video:

or a more expansive overview video:

Shoothill's My Store Locator template will be launched on Wed, May 18 during a Bing Maps webcast. The template was built using Bing Maps, Visual Studio 2010, Expressions Web 4, Hyper-V virtualisation technologies, Azure and SQL Azure. As well as targeting former Multimap customers to enable them to make a seamless transition to the Bing Maps platform, the My Store Locator can assist any business seeking to migrate to Bing Maps from any mapping platform. Find out more and register for the webcast here.

[Source: Bing Maps blog]