Pitney Bowes boundary data is essential in industries where search, discovery and business analytics are critical to success.
Locally relevant boundaries such as neighbourhoods, streets and points of interest that define where customers spend their time and money.
Business location guidance
Boundaries allow the user to perform a host of geographic and analytical functions enabling them to visualise and manipulate data for map representation. Administrative and postcode boundaries provide clients the ability to locate their customers, to define retail catchment and sales territories.
Enrich location data
Link company data to accurately locate and communicate with customers and constituents for business and trend analysis. Boundaries allow clients to enrich their data by providing a link between different data assets (e.g. a postcode or municipality name, and to visualise a wide array of data such as creating a variety of thematic maps).
Presenting data by geographic areas and boundaries allows clients to analyse different datasets, measure and benchmark from environmental impact to risk, from consumer expenditure to the number of small office or home office businesses.
Boundary Data Portfolio
Worldwide zones of natural disaster risk as determined by the CRESTA organization
CRESTA zone maps are used to determine areas of elevated risk of natural hazards, particularly earthquakes, storms and floods. The zones are a widely accepted standard among the international insurance and reinsurance industries.
The CRESTA Zones product depicts worldwide zones of natural disaster risks as determined by the CRESTA organisation*. Established by the insurance and reinsurance industry in 1977 as an independent body, the organisation aims to provide a uniform standard for data accumulation control of natural hazards worldwide.
Map boundaries of the top metropolitan areas across the US and Canada - urban areas in which population concentration is greater than 50,000 and population density is greater than 1,000 people per square mile.
Metro Boundaries offers map boundaries that identify the geographic extent of the key metropolitan areas across the US and Canada. These boundaries provide a detailed description of metro areas that more accurately depicts the economic, cultural and population concentrations than the traditional US Census Bureau’s CBSA definitions.
- Includes urban areas in which population concentration is greater than 50,000 and population density is greater than 1,000 people per square mile.
- Based on population concentrations, economic activity and commute patterns
- Includes boundaries, centroids, names and additional attribute data
- Updated quarterly
- Format availability: Shapefile, TAB, PostGIS, MySQL, WKT, KML