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Why you should be using GIS for retail

VISUALTRENDS WHY YOU SHOULD BE USING GIS FOR RETAIL GIS Geographic Information System Represents the merging of Cartography Statistical Analysis UAL NORMA Database Technology Traditional Uses for GIS Public Health Natural Resources Farming & Agriculture Facilities Management Why is GIS being used in retail? Productivity Increases Maximizes Reduces Decreases Brand Coverage Operating Risks Operating Costs zhánya History of GIS 1832 One of the first applications of spatial analysis ( precusor to GIS ) using halftone color gradients on a map. 1960 Development of the world's first true operational GIS for forestry use. 1980s Development of public domain systems MOSS & GRASS GIS that open up GIS use to more industries. 2000s Users beginning to explore viewing GIS data over the Internet along with the growth of geospatial data and mapping applications. Top 3 Uses of GIS in Retail Manage Assets GIS enables users to create systems & processes to collect, organize, and map assets. Physical Digital Assets Assets • Store Locations • Competitor Locations • Key Points of Interest • Point of Sale Data • Customer & Loyalty Data • Store & Leasing Data Benefits of Using GIS to Manage Assets Ensures assets are are collected & organized. Eliminates paper trail & increases accuracy of information. Planning & Analysis Data & analytics drive better strategic & execution decisions. Market Market Product & Service Preparedness & Planning Potential Analysis Analysis • Staffing & Personal Emergency & Risk • Transportation · Assortment Planning • Merchandise Optimization • Inventory Adjustment Territory Analysis Site Selection • Pricing Analysis Benifits of Using GIS to Plan & Analyze Ensures the right products get distributed to the right customers. Ensures brand visibility is maximized. Ensures systems are in place for emergency response. The GIS Planning Process The Real Data World Collection Users Decision Data Making Management Data Presentation Enterprise Use Dashboards & reporting help departments share and communicate. Dashboards Remote & Reports Data Access · Executive Performance Dashboards • IT Network Viewer • Supply Chain Viewer • Field Data Collection · Ad Hoc Field Analysis Benefits of Using GIS to Plan & Analyize Share information across departments. Create transparency in the organization. Clarify & communicate more effectively. It is estimated that 70% of all business data contains a location component. How are you using yours? getchee Oarel iteligent We're a data services company. Key Offerings Data – Demographic segmentation & point data We help the worid's largest retail brands grow in Asia. We do this with GIS, a technology that combines maps with business and market data to gain insight not possible through a spreadsheet. Services – Consulting to identify market potential. Kiwi – Site selection & market planning software. We'd love to hear what you think of our infographics. Get in touch with us and let us know at [email protected] getchee.com | blog. getchee.com VISUALTRENDS WHY YOU SHOULD BE USING GIS FOR RETAIL GIS Geographic Information System Represents the merging of Cartography Statistical Analysis UAL NORMA Database Technology Traditional Uses for GIS Public Health Natural Resources Farming & Agriculture Facilities Management Why is GIS being used in retail? Productivity Increases Maximizes Reduces Decreases Brand Coverage Operating Risks Operating Costs zhánya History of GIS 1832 One of the first applications of spatial analysis ( precusor to GIS ) using halftone color gradients on a map. 1960 Development of the world's first true operational GIS for forestry use. 1980s Development of public domain systems MOSS & GRASS GIS that open up GIS use to more industries. 2000s Users beginning to explore viewing GIS data over the Internet along with the growth of geospatial data and mapping applications. Top 3 Uses of GIS in Retail Manage Assets GIS enables users to create systems & processes to collect, organize, and map assets. Physical Digital Assets Assets • Store Locations • Competitor Locations • Key Points of Interest • Point of Sale Data • Customer & Loyalty Data • Store & Leasing Data Benefits of Using GIS to Manage Assets Ensures assets are are collected & organized. Eliminates paper trail & increases accuracy of information. Planning & Analysis Data & analytics drive better strategic & execution decisions. Market Market Product & Service Preparedness & Planning Potential Analysis Analysis • Staffing & Personal Emergency & Risk • Transportation · Assortment Planning • Merchandise Optimization • Inventory Adjustment Territory Analysis Site Selection • Pricing Analysis Benifits of Using GIS to Plan & Analyze Ensures the right products get distributed to the right customers. Ensures brand visibility is maximized. Ensures systems are in place for emergency response. The GIS Planning Process The Real Data World Collection Users Decision Data Making Management Data Presentation Enterprise Use Dashboards & reporting help departments share and communicate. Dashboards Remote & Reports Data Access · Executive Performance Dashboards • IT Network Viewer • Supply Chain Viewer • Field Data Collection · Ad Hoc Field Analysis Benefits of Using GIS to Plan & Analyize Share information across departments. Create transparency in the organization. Clarify & communicate more effectively. It is estimated that 70% of all business data contains a location component. How are you using yours? getchee Oarel iteligent We're a data services company. Key Offerings Data – Demographic segmentation & point data We help the worid's largest retail brands grow in Asia. We do this with GIS, a technology that combines maps with business and market data to gain insight not possible through a spreadsheet. Services – Consulting to identify market potential. Kiwi – Site selection & market planning software. We'd love to hear what you think of our infographics. Get in touch with us and let us know at [email protected] getchee.com | blog. getchee.com

Why you should be using GIS for retail

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Retailers are starting to use GIS to boost competitiveness in the market, find out why.

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