Routing & Driving Directions (Arrowpointe Maps v1.0.8)

Version 1.0.8 of Arrowpointe Maps was just released. You can read about all the improvements on the Change History page.

The biggest change is the addition of Routing functionality. The best way for you to get an understanding of it is to watch it on a screencast.

Watch a screencast of the new routing functionality

Other improvements include:

  • International Routing is well supported. Results will vary country by country.
  • The Star and Dot images were redone to be cleaner and more professional
  • Added a form on the homepage allowing users to subscribe to Arrowpointe Maps related blog posts by email
  • Other Usability, Performance & Security Enhancements

NOTE: If you are using Arrowpointe Maps and are confused by these posts about new versions, just know that these updates are happening automatically for you. You do not need to re-download the AppExchange application. Changes to the AppExchange package will be few and far between and those will be communicated very explicitly.

About Arrowpointe Maps

Arrowpointe Maps is an on-demand mapping platform that facilitates a conversation between & MapQuest allowing for easy deployment of mapping capabilities in your organization and providing end-users a simple means for mapping their data. Arrowpointe Maps is configurable and can be tailored to your organization, so that your users can work with their information in a meaningful way.

The official location for information on Arrowpointe Maps is its product page at There, you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions, screencasts and links to its AppExchange page.


  1. John Wall Said,

    February 1, 2008 @ 9:11 am

    Awesome feature! The screencast is great too, just one minor point with that, you might want to drop to a lower resolution when you record. I’m up at 1400×1050 and still couldn’t see it all. I wouldn’t be able to show that at a sales meeting b/c the projector can’t handle that high res.


  2. Scott Hemmeter Said,

    February 1, 2008 @ 9:17 am

    Thanks for the tip, John. That makes total sense. It always looks great when I watch it, but I imagine it’s not too fun to watch 1/3 of it on a low resolution screen. I will keep that in mind for next time. Thanks.

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