- Acquired by Nokia
- January 1, 2001
- John Frank, Dan Riegel
- Cambridge, MA
- Video on Demand, Mobile, Monetization, Content, Web Development, Local, Public Transportation
- MetaCarta provides technology to identify geographic references in content enabling monetization, localization, and finding information.
MetaCarta geo-enables content to make it useful.
The company's technology identifies geographic references in content, which enables monetization, localization, and allows users to find information they couldn't have found before.
MetaCarta is map agnostic. The company's geographic search platform integrates with a wide range of mapping and document management technologies such as Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and ESRI.
MetaCarta monetizes content on mobile devices, localizes content to deliver relevant news, and creates new revenue opportunities by driving premium services, enhancing customer loyalty, and increasing page views.
MetaCarta offers a range of products and OnDemand hosted services for enterprise and consumer applications.
Current Team (9)Update
President and Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Corporate Business Development
Vice President Worldwide Sales and Field Operations
Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Exexutive Vice President
Senior Vice President Sales
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Funding Rounds (2) - $11.8MUpdate
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