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Design, realign and optimize territories
Build sales and service territories with zips or create account-based alignments. Quickly identify territory overlaps. With advanced optimization, including workload and weighted balances creating equitable, balanced territories is easy.Learn more
Create optimized sales and service routes
Gain additional efficiencies in sales service rep coverage. Add sales and service calls by eliminating unnecessary drive time. Plan, visualize, and analyze routes to identify inefficiencies. Mobile ready.Learn more
Identify market hotspots
Heat maps are amazing tools for analyzing trends in your data.
Hotspot heatmaps are like weather maps and are easy to read and understand, making them ideal for identifying new growth areas.
Regional heatmaps show you which regions perform best while offering new insight into areas with opportunity.Learn more
Choose optimal locations
Whether you are rightsizing your team or office portfolio or searching for the optimal location for events or marketing campaigns, mapping software eliminates the hard graft.
Find the perfect location for a field-based rep, office, or event. Plan marketing or sales campaigns.Learn more
Analyze marketing campaigns
Viewing campaign results on maps changes the game for sales and marketing teams. Overlaying complex marketing data on maps can shed new insight into campaign effectiveness. Analyze your marketing spend and results while using demographic data to fine-tune decision-making.Learn more
Present a data story with maps
Present to your team in ways that boost engagement and speed decision-making. Mapping software helps you create data stories that convey complex data as simple, easily understood maps. Get understood faster.Learn more
Hundreds of customers across a wide range of industries have benefited from using eSpatial