AptiMap

AptiMap

AptiMap produces MappenMaven, which is a web-based Software that replaces a spreadsheet for Business Analysts when establishing requirements for creating a Data Warehouse. They specialize in business requirements, data warehouses, filed mapping, and business intelligence. AptiMap is a privately held company from New York City and was founded in 2012.

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United States
Year Founded
2012
Employees
10
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