Conquering mapping software

A guide to help you get started with mapping software

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With this guide you will learn:

  • How to use mapping software to help decision making
  • The fundamentals of mapping
  • How mapping can improve business performance
  • Benefits of sharing maps within your organization
  • What to look for in mapping software

Use our guide to understand the benefits of mapping software

Mapping software allows you to take tabular data and visualize it more meaningfully. Marketing and sales teams use it to track sales and manage territories to generate new business. Insurers use it to measure levels of risk. Healthcare providers map patients and facilities for the most efficient delivery of treatment. Non-profits use it to communicate and organize volunteers.

Main benefits of using a mapping software tool:

  • Helps you make better-informed hiring decisions, which drives sales productivity, revenue, and profits.
  • Annotate and share your data with others to enhance communication and collaboration.
  • Present your data in a way that makes it easy to inform, explain, or persuade for 'narrative' purposes.

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  • Increasing your sales revenue
  • Impactful decision making
  • Understanding where your customers are
  • Optimization of your workforce
  • Controlling your expenditure
  • Optimizing and aligning your sales territories
  • Better collaboration and operational awareness
  • Better site selection
  • Removing requirements for specialist consultants
  • Finding gaps in your market or coverage
  • Highlighting new opportunities
  • Manufacturing
  • Distribution
  • Medtech
  • Retail
  • Utility
  • Food and restaurant
  • Education
  1. Workforce optimization
  2. Resource allocation
  3. Marketing/advertising campaign management
  4. Route optimization

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