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Welcome to the CDX Technologies December
CDXZipStream Bulk FindZip Report Template
We've added a new template to our suite of CDXZipStream
tools for FindZip Analysis. This template can take a long list
of city and state combinations and produce a report of all matching
ZIP Codes. The template can be downloaded for free from the templates
page of our website. It is compatible with both
the trial and registered versions of CDXZipStream.
While you can always copy the original FindZip formula
to analyze a list, this template streamlines the application. Rather
than returning all ZIP Codes in a single string (as the formula
does), each ZIP Code is output to a separate cell in the
template. This makes it simple to copy the lists to another
application. The template can handle up to 250 ZIP Codes per
city/state entry. As with our other templates, you will see a
status indicator showing the progress of the FindZip calculations in
the lower left status bar.
Here is an example of the report output:
With the release of this application we now have
templates that automate each CDXZipStream function. You can
download this new FindZip tool and all of the other templates here.
We recommend the use of these templates rather than copying formulas
when analyzing long lists. We also provide video tutorials demonstrating how
to use many of the available templates.
Special Offer - Geographic Access Analysis Template
To ring in the new year, we are offering our
Geographic Access Analysis template for $99.95 (regularly $149.95)
until January 31.
This Microsoft Excel template can take a matrix of X
and Y locations (these could be stores, customers, warehouses, delivery
points, etc.) and create a comprehensive report showing which X
locations are closest to all Y location targets, or vice versa.
It works with the CDXZipStream
Bing version or higher.
The template first automatically determines if each
address can be matched to a location in either Bing Maps or Microsoft
MapPoint; you can select which mapping source to use. If a
match is found, CDXZipStream geocodes the location to determine its
latitude and longitude. These points of latitude and
longitude are used to calculate straight-line distances between all
combinations of locations.
Here is a quick look at how it works:
Access Analysis using Microsoft Excel
To purchase the template, login to your account on CDXTech.com,
and from the CDXZipStream menu select "Buy Data Update",
then under "Data Product" select "Geographic Access
Analysis Template". You must have already purchased the
CDXZipStream Bing version or higher to see the template listed.
If you would like to upgrade your license to the Bing version,
select "Upgrade Licenses" from the CDXZipStream menu and
follow the purchasing process.
Canadian and U.S. data feeds of CDXZipStream were
updated as of December 26. If you would like to update your
database to reflect these changes, select the
"Account" option on the CDXZipStream commandbar and click
on "Check for Available Database Updates". You can
then update each database as required.
CDXZipStream updates are a part of the one-year
software maintenance subscription included with your purchase.
If you would like to extend your subscription, please sign in to
the CDX Technologies website and from the account area for
CDXZipStream, select "Buy Data Update". The
maintenance agreement also includes access to the latest version of
CDXZipStream. If you are using our discontinued "Classic"
version you can upgrade to the current software by purchasing this
subscription at a fraction of the list price.
As always, we hope you find the information here
helpful for you and your organization. You can contact us
with your feedback and suggestions by replying to this email.
The Team at CDX Technologies
Bulk FindZip Report Template
Offer - Geographic Access Analysis Template