If you like the mashups that show Flickr photos or Craigslist rental properties or Twitter posts on a Google map, you might be interested in using similar tools at your job.
But Web2.0 for business will go above and beyond what the consumer version offers today. Because it may be fairly easy to slap together a Housemaps.com today, it's still far from trivial.
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