Releases Mapping Solution Aimed to Simplify Plotting Spreadsheet Locations mapping application easily plots a list of addresses from Excel or other spreadsheet application into a Google Map.

Naperville, IL, July 22, 2011 --( Gapsnap, Inc. today announces the release of ( - a mapping platform which enables businesses to easily optimize sales territories, enhance customer presentations, and segment markets. Developed using a Google Maps interface, users can plot data with a simple copy and paste from a spreadsheet.

Businesses are overwhelmed by data, and managing the excessive information is becoming complicated. However, in a world of increasing technology, the key to business analysis and reporting is visualization.

Upon registering for a free account with, users can begin the two-step process of building maps. First: Name the map. Second: Paste a list of addresses from Excel or any other spreadsheet application. Within seconds, all addresses and other location-specific data is plotted in a map.

"GIS and mapping software have become complex. I wanted to simplify it. Make it so easy that even my mom could do it," said Brady Anderson, co-founder of Features has developed key features to simplify mapping within its application:

- Build maps by pasting a list of addresses
- Apply filters to view certain locations
- Share maps across users
- Add multiple data layers to a single map
- Secure data and maps with password-protected login and SSL connection's new mapping application is available at

Brady Anderson
(630) 909-9108