Loqate Storefinder enables companies to integrate all or some of the following Loqate Storefinder APIs into their customer facing sites to enhance the functionality and end customer experience.
Geocoding API – providing store location data with premise-level geocoordinates in 130 countries worldwide, including point-level (rooftop) geocoding in 60 countries and city centre positions for over 245 countries.
Distances API – a distance finder endpoint that globally calculates road-based distances, including cross-border, providing travel times and up to 1000 locations per request.
Mapping API – use of Loqate’s own mapping tile server to visually represent the results of a store search, allowing users to zoom in on store locations selected from a list, and options to customise the pins displayed.
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