Map Business Online makes visualising your business data easy and fast. It can be used for a large range of tasks that many businesses need to complete on a regular and ongoing basis:
Quickly build map visualisations of your business data. Map business data from various sources by street address, town or city name, postcode, or latitude and longitude. Plot 50,000 or more locations on a map at once. All you need to begin is a spreadsheet with business data.
Design and visualise sales territories. Create sales territories from postcode sectors or local authorities. Aggregate demographics and sales data by territory. Search business data inside territory. Highlight territory overlaps.
Draw custom graphics on the map. Draw circles, rectangles, polygons, and lines. Choose from a variety of line styles and fill colours. Identify important map locations with text labels. Draw market areas and sales territories. Customise your business map.
Plan customer visits with optimised routing. Use maps to identify customers within a radius or polygon. Optimise visits sequence and generate turn-by-turn driving directions. Reduce travel costs. Improve ROI and productivity.
Print large format map views. Print large maps to use in presentations and project plans. Save maps as PDF files to print as large as 60” x 60” (1.5m x 1.5m) customer maps. Supports multiple pages option to use your home or office printer for large wall maps.
Share business maps. Create interactive maps and share with friends, colleagues, dealers, customers, prospects or vendors. Share territory maps. Email saved JPEG and PNG files or embed map files in PowerPoint presentations. Includes PDF export for larger print formats.
Create powerful reports and presentations with maps. Embed map images into reports. Use interactive maps for effective presentations. Export map as PDF to create large wall maps.
Visualise business data using map symbols. Assign specific symbols, colours, and sizes to your map data points. Choose from a library of symbols or import your own. Identify patterns or clusters by giving customers and prospects particular colours.
Illustrate business data with charts. Graphically depict your business data on a map using pie or bar charts. Use charts to show revenue by product, invoices due v. paid, products ordered v. shipped, and sales by customer type.
Colour code maps by postcode sector or local authority. Import business data by postcode to show it geographically. Create colourful Census maps.
Search data spatially with radius maps. Explore your data within circle, polygon or drivetime areas. Organise search results into marketing lists or market areas. Export postcode sector demographics, territories, or marketing lists in Microsoft® Excel spreadsheets.
Use maps to create marketing campaigns. Search potential customers spatially and by demographics. Organise search results into marketing lists. Export marketing lists in Microsoft® Excel spreadsheets. Find the best postcode sectors for direct mailings.
Display business data against demographic maps. Categorise geographic areas by population, age structure or social grade. Explore new markets, business patterns, or social trends against colour coded Census maps.
Label your business data using flexible callouts. Show more than one callout on map at a time. Add notes to individual map callouts. Change label orientation for better map layouts. Customise look & feel of the callouts.
Search business data in full-featured tabular view. Search your data records by business name. Sort data view by any variable. Filter data by custom criteria. View search results on the map.
Select from a list of map templates. Includes streets, satellite imagery, postcode sectors and local authority boundary maps. Maps access the latest and most accurate street and base maps of the UK. Mix map templates with flexible map settings and transparency.
Create regional or local map views. Filter map view to show only selected areas or territories. Create local maps that display only certain local authorities or postcode sectors from your market area, or within a radius or drive time.
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