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Promap Early Access Programme

Making you part of our continuous improvement journey 

Following the announcement at the Landmark Geodata Quarterly Summit that Promap’s Early Access Programme is now up and running, we wanted to let you know a bit more about this exciting development. It makes specific features available to a small group of users, enabling them to preview user interface improvements and new features before they are rolled out more widely. It’s an initiative that’s close to our hearts because every successful improvement and new feature brings us nearer to our goal of providing the ultimate mapping tool to the land and property market. Some of the latest features to be experienced by the initial cohort of clients in our Early Access Programme include: 

  • New appearance, functionality and performance for the Export and Print menus 
  • Simplified journey for editing previous prints 
  • Enhanced Reports menu for accessing historical maps and utility and environmental reports. 

And there’s plenty more to come. Over the coming months, we’ll be onboarding more users who will benefit from early access and be part of our journey of continuous improvement and user experience innovation. Next, we will be sharing access to the updated user interface to support our market-leading drawing tools and improving your access to on-the-fly data such as Land Registry, Local Plans and Flooding data. If you are a Promap user who would like to apply to be part of the Early Access Programme, click here to register your interest.  

Current participants include representatives from across the property industry, with 90% of Early Access Programme participants rating the changes as ’excellent’ or ’good’. Feedback included the following comments:

“Operation is now more obvious/ intuitive and mapping layers easier to manipulate.” 

“The system is really easy to use and I didn’t find any aspect difficult. All updates were self-explanatory. Very easy system to navigate.” 

“It was easy and simple to use and the new interface looked good.” 

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