DUBLIN, March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- eSpatial, leading provider of powerful mapping software today announced a free upgrade to its flagship software, also called eSpatial. The product update features significant capability enhancements including Territory Mapping. eSpatial believes that the new tool will help companies and organizations manage sales teams or representatives more effectively, reduce costs and highlight potential opportunities. eSpatial users can now design, refine and label their own unique territories according to country, state or zip and quickly generate territory management reports, highlighting the spread and breakdown of resources in a given region. Other features completely new to eSpatial following this upgrade are:- Data editing on a map from within the eSpatial application- The ability to search, visualize and generate maps based on nearby locations using eSpatial's Within Distance and Nearest Neighbor functionality. The update is freely available to all existing eSpatial users. Alternatively, new users can avail of a free 7-day trial, which allows full access to the eSpatial application and its latest features. Philip O'Doherty, Chief Executive Officer at eSpatial said the new features came as a direct result of feedback from eSpatial's existing customers: "I'm delighted with the new update to eSpatial and the added functionality it brings. It shows our commitment to our customers' needs and our desire to continually enhance and improve our mapping software." To learn more, visit: www.espatial.com or sign up for a 7-day free trial at: www.espatial.com/free-trialAbout eSpatial eSpatial delivers powerful mapping in minutes. eSpatial mapping software helps organizations create interactive maps, geographic dashboards and use location analytics to turn data into a world of insight. eSpatial are mapping enthusiasts and have been delivering geographic solutions for over a decade. Trusted by our customers and partners that span nearly every industry, they are committed to helping users reach their mapping goals.