allmapdata specialises in helping organisations in a range of industries make the most of mapping, using Geographical Information Systems (GIS), market analysis and logistics systems to save money, increase turnover and improve customer service. Enhance your customer analytics, develop your targeted marketing, streamline your mobile asset scheduling or relocate your retail or distribution branches to better connect with your customers and clients.
Successful results are always dependent on reliable input data; allmapdata has developed the most comprehensive range of global geographical data products for use in your chosen system. In addition to authoring our own geospatial datasets, we have developed distributor and reseller relationships across the globe to enable us to offer “best of breed solutions” to our customers. We help organisations across every industry identify the best solution for their specific application together with consultancy, bespoke development, training and technical support.
Investing in advanced GIS, geographic business intelligence and geodemographic information can enable you to more accurately predict the next big market upswing and grow your firm on the world stage. If you operate in insurance, exploit geographic data to improve your claims process, provide faster risk assessment for legitimate claims while identifying locations with residents more likely to submit fraudulent claims. Your organisation can also use geospatial data and mapping to project regional profitability and manage resources more effectively.
Now that the retail market is more competitive than ever, branches are no longer choosing to rely solely on the volume of customers through the door to calculate sales conversion. The products below can give retailers and logistics managers an enhanced knowledge of their consumer base and their interests to drive customer profiling and measure branch success. Use locational data to monitor the activity of these competing branches and assess their commercial prospects by their placement, taking a range of contextual factors into account.