Excel E-Maps: your data will remain yours

Your contacts, customers or other valuable information can be plotted on a map. You can combine the information in seperate layers which makes the map even more valuable to you.

And it should be yours only! There are ‘low cost’ or ‘free’ plotting services available on the web. Many of them use Google ™ or Bing ™ background mapping and geocoding services. But these services very often store your information. Your valuable information even becomes their property according to their terms and conditions. These services can use your information and your relationship with other information for any purpose, like marketing and advertising.

We feel that your information belongs to you! That is why we enable you to plot as often as you like, without storing the geocodes or the coordinates you used on our side.

Project_overviewAnd if you do not wish to geocode every time you want to create a map, just use the project file. The geocoding and thematic shading is done automatically for you.

note: Geocoding and mapping in Excel E-Maps is based on Here ™.
Here ™ does not relate data to you. That is why E-Maps uses Here services, the highest standard in routing, mapping and geocoding.

More points to plot in free trial version

E-Maps trialFrom now on, we made it possible for you to plot more points in the free trial version of Excel E-Maps. This means better understanding of the possibilities and features of the Excel plug-in.

You can plot the address or postal codes in batches of maximum 2.000 per time, per layer. The total number of points you can plot in the free trial version is 5.000.

Remember that plotting points on a map can also be done by coordinates, if you have them. Plotting on a map by using a full or a partial address or a postal code in Excel E-Maps is named geocoding. The good thing is, you can use it worldwide!

In the paid, full version, geocoding is not limited, but based on fair use.

Free trial E-Maps

Download the trial

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Would you like to start easy map making in Excel? Try then the trial of Excel E-Maps. Download your free 14-day trial of Excel E-Maps.

  • Just register in our webshop and download your file.
  • Install E-Maps and it without registration code, it will be a 14-day trial.
  • E-Maps requires Windows operating system and Excel 2007 or higher (desktop versions only).
  • E-Maps appears as an extra menu in Excel. See image below.

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Mobility module

E-Maps Mobility – insight in mobility

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Insight in cost of mobility within Excel

E-Maps Mobility is the new extension of Excel E-Maps. Get insights in the mobility of our workforce. In a few clicks, E-Maps Mobility calculates the travel distance and travel time for public, private transport or pedestrian.


  • based on Here/Navteq technology, always up-to-date
  • routes are calculated based on address or postal codes
  • locations can be viewed on the maps and used for presentations
  • software license for 1 year, inclusive 100.000 transactions
  • extra bundles of 100.000 or 250.000 transactions

Typical use:

  • get insights in travel with public transport or car
  • declaration of travel cost
  • suitable for HR departments

E-Maps Mobility menu


  • only a few cent per calculation
  • accurate results
  • works with Excel 2007/2010 en 2013
  • public transport travel based on departure or arrival

Public Transport travel times are based on standard timetables. Travel time by car do not include extra travel time due to congestion or rush hours.

For more information, please contact Erik van Hunnik: erik.vanhunnik@firstelement.nl



Address matching with result code

add_result geocodingWe added the funtionality to display the result of address matching (geocoding) as an extra column.

This feature enables you to check the quality of your addresses and location of the points on your map.

Preferably, a country code will be used in the data field: Country.

See the list of ISO3 country codes.





Addresses can be geocoded with Pitney Bowes Spectrum or Nokia Here.