Your analysis would hold if the licence on the map was CC BY. For CC BY-SA, a little more is required. The licence requires that you
retain the following if it is supplied by the Licensor with the Licensed Material:
[list of notices for retention deleted];
indicate if You modified the Licensed Material and retain an indication of any previous modifications; and
indicate the Licensed Material is licensed under this Public License, and include the text of, or the URI or hyperlink to, this Public License.
Moreover, the map remains under CC BY-SA; that is to say, you must understand that if someone excerpts the map from your material and reuses it in a way that accords with CC BY-SA, they are within their rights to do so, and it will be pointless for you to sue them.
Some would argue that the entire work becomes a derivative of the map, and thus subject to the ShareAlike requirement, but as we discuss elsewhere the little jurisprudence we have on the subject suggests this is not so, and you are merely aggregating the map with other material in your final work. Nevertheless, this is a thorny area, and you would do well to take professional legal advice before betting a business on the issue.