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Licensing Bing Maps

Bing Maps brings mapping and visualisation capabilities to every business application across the enterprise including database, CRM and third party software. The cloud-based service offers full integration with other Microsoft technologies and unlimited potential for application development. Read on or Call us now on 03 9802 7913 or email - bingmaps@envisionit.com.au

Bing Maps Licensing offer cost effective solutions for mapping, best aerial for public websites, internal applications, Microsoft Dynamics, Power BI, Charities, NFPs, asset tracking applications, innovative projects, enterpreneurs. Envision IT extends the Bing Maps to customers in Australia and New Zealand by providing correct licensing to keep them compliant while keeping the costs low. There are two ways to license Bing maps:

  1. As an End User: Where the company is looking to license Bing Maps directly for use in their own company application. This can be licensed under volume license for end users. The volume license in turn can be 'user based' or 'transaction based'
  2. ISV, SaaS Partner applications: In this scenario, the partner wants to hold the license for Bing Maps to embed and resell to customers/subscribers. Bing Maps is not part of the SPLA program for ISV’s and is not available under volume license. For all ISV applications a direct agreement is required which is available from our Distributor Program (see details below)

What to consider while buying Bing Maps?

Types of Users
The users can be of two types i.e.

  1. Full Known Users: Full known users require to use Bing mapping extensively such as map editing, updating locations, integration with GIS systems, higher use i.e. 100,000 total requests per day or 20 requests per user, whichever is greater, 5 million total forward or reverse geocoding requests per year etc.
  2. Light Known users: Compared to Full Known users, Light Known users have browser based access, they can view maps from database, preset thematic mapping and have daily operational limit of 25,000 requests per day or 10 requests per user.