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Mapsimise is a solution that has been designed so that your team can get the best from your data, an easy-to-use intuitive platform that helps your team understand your data by location.

Users can quickly create maps, import data, and build views and filters, plot customer data live from your CRM systems, build lists and much more.

In this video we take you on a tour of the Mapsimise user experience

Build a Sales Territory

Who is working on what and where, one of the typical user requirements is to understand customer and sales opportunity by location? Create effective sales and franchise areas to track and plot related data.

In this video we show how Mapsimise can be used to create Sales Territories and filter data by those locations.

Create Location Marketing Lists

Your customers or prospects maybe spread out nationally or even internationally, and filtering or building a list of your required target can be time consuming. You may want to filter you CRM data or create a new list from a Microsoft Excel.

In this video we show you how to build a Marketing List using Mapsimise connected to Microsoft Dynamics 365.

Build Public and Website Maps

You might have a map on your web site, which tells your visitors where you are, but do you have a requirement to display more. Creating public maps for your teams, customers and even your website is made simple through Mapsimise.

In this video we show you how to configure a public map, and copy the automatic link created to give external users access to use the map you have created showing the data you want people to see.

Load your Data with Mapsimise

We all have it, Data that is, and it is in our businesses, and like all business applications Mapsimise supports its own internal database so that you can securely load and store your data while you map it and gain Location Intelligence with digital mapping.

In this video we show you how to quickly load your customer or address data into Mapsimise, create a map, and then start benefiting from Location Analytics with your data.

Connect your Systems

You might have a CRM system with all your Customer, Sales, and Service data, currently Mapsimise supports Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics 365 and SugarCRM with a real-time connection meaning that you can configure maps with data in real time, filter, plot and understand coverage and engagement by location.

In this video we show you how to connect your Microsoft Dynamics 365, so that data from different record types can be accessed and viewed on a single map.

Prospecting By location

Where are the businesses you want to work with? We all know the importance of lead generation and finding new customers. Mapsimise with the power of Google enables your field sales team to understand a given territory or location from the comfort of their desktop. Google business search helps your teams access millions of business locations just by searching via a Map.

In this video we show you how to select an area and then search for a given type of business.

Edit your records

It is so important to keep your business data current and with Mapsimise you have access to an internal database of tables to story your data securely. Mapsimise provides all the database tools that you would expect in any solution including creating a new record, uploading, editing and deleting data, you can also update record and geocode it if the location has changed.

In this video we show you how to edit and manage your data and records in Mapsimise.

Understand Shapes and Filters

Having the ability to filter your data by location is a given in any mapping tool, and Mapsimise enables you to do the same with a range of powerful drawing tools that can be used to create filters by distance or by drawing around a given area. This means you can work with your data spatially on a map and refine what you need to see and identify where key data is.

In this video we show you how to use the tools to filter and view your data.

Create Charts to Analyse

Analysis of your data is key in your business, and we all love charting, why because a picture paints a 1000 words. With Mapsimise you can create simple and effective pie and bar charts that react to the location of the map and your data. We call it geospatial charting meaning you can see at a glimpse what is happening and where it is happening.

In this video we show you how to build charts with Mapsimise.

Create a Daily Route plan

We all want to drive less, and we all want to be more efficient and productive while using less fuel or energy. Route planning within Mapsimise enables your field sales of service teams to plan their appointments and visits efficiently, print a simple itinerary or take their tablet and map with them.

In this video we show you how to identify records by filtering and then create a route plan that can be optimised for shortest time and distance.

Understand KML filters

What is KML? Why and how can you use it? Well, KML is a type of shape file that is supported by Mapsimise to enable you to create effective filters these types of files can hold a range of information, have colours associated to them and have their segments converted to Mapsimise filters. If you use a postcode or county boundaries file, the shapes are automatically drawn on the map i.e. by postcode area.

In this video we show you how to use a KML file within a Mapsimise map.

Create Effective Heat Maps

A single heat map can be effective and help you understand the density of data by location giving you some intelligence of what is happening where. With Mapsimise we have reinvented the heat map to allow heatmaps that overlay each other so that you can set styles, colours and density and gain real insight to where things are happening with your data.

In this video we show you how to use a heat map within a Mapsimise map.

Understand Clustering Data

We know it is not all about the pin and sometime a heat map does not give you all the insight, so with clustering in Mapsimise you can build a geospatial clustered area that covers a given location and calculate the number of records by location. Helping you visualise exactly what is happening where.

In this video we show you how to use the clustering feature, using a Mapsimise map with your data.

Create effective Data Filters

Accuracy is everything and being able to filter the right data by location is a key part of working with your data spatially. You may only want or need a subset of customer data i.e., those that have a given value or those with a certain product. Data filters in Mapsimise enable you to fine tune your data filtering by location

In this video we show you how easy it is to use and create data filters for each layer on the map.

Format the Information bubble

Great news, Mapsimise is a configurable system, and you can set up the data you want to see in both grids and the information bubble, there is no code just a simple drag and drop to build the view you want to see

In this video we show you how to configure the information bubble associated to each pin.

Location Intelligence (LI)

Location intelligence (LI), or spatial intelligence, is the process of deriving meaningful insight from geospatial data relationships to solve a particular problem.

Explore Mapsimise Themes

Mapsimise has a selection of more than ten map styles to help enhance the experience of your users and customers. Amongst the available styles are dark maps for light sensitive conditions, as well as themes that cater for colour blindness. This screenshot reel shows just a few of the available map styles.

Mapsimise UI

The Mapsimise user interface has been designed to cater for its numerous functions and features without taking focus away from what's most important - your data on a map.

Out of the box, Mapsimise gives the user a selection of two UI themes: Dark and Light. The Light theme is more traditional, while the Dark theme brings a modern look and helps reduce eyestrain through prolonged use.

Mapsimise uses cutting-edge web standards to make the app available on desktop and mobile devices, so you can map your data wherever you are.

How we use layers to map your data

Mapsimise uses a layering system to merge data from different sources onto your maps. We then underlay regions from KML files and overlay your planned routes to bring all of the functionality together.

  • Plan routes for field operatives

    Plan routes between entities manually or automatically, then see the route overlaid on your data.

  • Connect and plot business data

    Every business entity you want to see on a map has its own layer. You can set up as many data layers as your need, and re-order them to show business-critical entities on top.

  • Use KML regions to filter and augment your data

    Import KML files to display regions and placemarks on the map alongside your data. Manage territories by filtering your data by selected regions.

  • Powered by Google Maps

    Mapsimise is built on top of the best-in-class Google Maps interface, providing familiarity for your users and allowing Mapsimise to leverage theming and Street View.

How our map embedding works

Mapsimise allows you to embed your customised maps into your website, intranet, or business web applications. You can also share maps internally and publicly via clickable links. Each shared map has a range of options to customise its look and feel. See some embedded map examples below, all using live data from our Mapsimise demo.

Where do I begin?

If you're having any trouble understanding Mapsimise, let us help you. We have extended our information delivery to best help you get to where you need to be.

Mapsimise is an integral part to any business, and the team here are dedicated to proving exactly why that is the case. We understand that the world of geospatial business is not easy to understand, so we are here to help.

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