As an organisation you may be running marketing and or PR campaigns for your customers, and in a world where sales and marketing and how customers engage is always changing, the ability to target data by location and track data trends adds value to outcomes and customer expectation. Imagine being able to segment to prospect data by region, or map all your publication outlets by region or location. With Mapsimise you can segment and target data in this way. What is more, Mapsimise integrates fully with MailChimp and DotDigital so that your defined lists can be easily set to popular marketing platforms.
Create maps from data sets to get an instant view of your PR contacts by country or by region, making sure releases are not just blanket sent.
Upload your data or connect to a popular CRM or database to create maps of data held, building lists targeted by type, region or country.
Access a wide range of drawing tools to help target and filter data and build subsets for marketing.
Connect to data sources from a popular CRM system like Salesforce, SugarCRM or Microsoft Dynamics 365 or export data after selecting Excel, MailChimp or even DotDigital platforms.
As a sales and service or even support company, you may be offering services either in the field or via telephone. You may be monitoring activity regarding an online service or even booking appointments for repair. Having the ability to use geotechnology like Mapsimise with Google Maps helps enable a range of business activities like appointment tracking, route planning, data targeting, case assignment, assets or team tracking in real time for a vehicle or mobile device.
Build up a view of all service engineers working in the field and track cases and jobs as updates are progressed.
Connecting to popular CRM systems or by uploading data, your team can actively track support cases and issues and assign to appropriate teams working by location.
Effective planning of appointments with route planning enables sales representatives and support engineers manage traffic and time. Using additional data feeds like traffic can help update customers with estimated time of arrival or help teams in the field plan or take diversions.
Your marketing team may have targeted prospects in a given area, country or region. You can track sales opportunities by the same to see customers that engage from marketing by value of opportunity.
Use Mapsimise external maps for customers to track an engineer’s visit time and current location. Or use external maps to display company information.
Organising a big event is never easy, the logistics for suppliers and potential exhibitors needs planning. What is more you need to then get people to come through the door. With travel costs high and time limited, targeting data within a given radius of each event by types is likely to generate more interest. With Mapsimise you have access to a range of drawing tools and data connectors to help you build up a potential invite list. Using geotechnology with Google maps and presenting your data visually can help build views targeted by region, location or country.
Track all live events on a given map linked to potential prospects.
Build up maps with views of resources like car parks and hotels for a given event or use Google My Business “Business Search” to find companies close to you that might not be in your database.
Display all active events via your website to drive interest and awareness.
Connect Mapsimise up to multiple data sources and upload data to build a single view using many data layers on a single map.
From one person companies to large construction and trade contractor’s, geotechnology helps plan active and pending jobs. You can plot where the key work activity is and group jobs by a given location, shortening travel time. If your organisation is running services for install or equipment or tracking issues, then Mapsimise is the perfect tool. If you spend most of your day on the road as a delivery driver, use Mapsimise to plan your delivery route for the day.
Plan the day’s deliveries or jobs for a given engineer or driver.
Show where projects or jobs are active and group data for daily activity.
Build up maps from many different sources of data to map data in a single view.
Share maps with customers, 3rd party engineers or the general public to show activity of project work
If you have projects and project teams working on one or more engagements for different customers, a geo platform like Mapsimise can bring your data to life. You can build one or more maps, based on one or more data layers, showing project activity. If your projects involve roads, or open spaces data can be easily plotted and Google Street View can be used to identify areas or local resources. For consulting projects or resource management you can quickly plot available resource based by location to help on given projects. With professional services you may want to track resource in the field, or track physical equipment post install, or where equipment might be based on need.
Mapsimise is based on Google Maps including Street View and Business Search, meaning all the tools for reaching local resource are now included with your datasets. Search, find and plan projects.
Build up maps that show all your project data by location and related available resources.
Build up a map view to show a cable install, a delivery route or other activity by location using a range of map drawing tools.
Share maps with the general public or partners to show pending works or active projects.
Insurance provision can be broken down into different sectors including Health, Life, Company, Injury, Motor and Property. As a provider you may offer one or more of these types or only focus on a given type of policy provision. Data about policy holders and service engagements is likely to be held in internal systems like CRM or a bespoke database. Mapsimise brings the opportunity to visualise data by region, country or a given location, enhancing decision making.
One of the great advantages of the internet or technology revolution is the amount of collated and free data available for analysis. You can use most open data sources from property valuation, to reported crime data, to regional activity.
Policy holder data is likely to be clustered by region and if you have insurance brokers selling in a given territory, this can be easily mapped and tracked to show performance.
Give your team a view of all policies held by country or by types either property, auto or a combined policy.
Mapsimise comes with integrated services for email marketing and integration to business systems.
You may want to map crime or accident reports with claim data on a call centre display. Mapsimise offers a huge range of flexible tools to deliver integrated mapping in your business.
Our earth is a globe whose surface we probe no map can replace her but just try to trace her
Prepare your address-based business data, and let Mapsimise do the hard work of plotting it on a map. Be it contact locations, assets, properties, store locations, appointments - anything that has an address can be visualised on a map.
Import your .CSV or .XLSX files from Excel, and tell Mapsimise which columns to use as address fields. We then do the hard work of converting the addresses to global locations so that you can see where in the world you are doing business
If your data already has latitude/longitude co-ordinates no worries! Mapsimise respects your pre-geocoded data and will automatically plot it for you.
Already managing your accounts, contacts and leads with an online CRM system? Mapsimise can connect to Dynamics 365, Salesforce, and Sugar CRM and display your live data on maps.
There's no lengthy importing/exporting or synchronisation of records to get up and running with maps. Mapsimise enriches your data with latitude/longitude co-ordinates, or respects your already geocoded data.
Visualise your business entities on a map, and open records in your connected CRM. Perform spatial queries on your data and push results back into CRM marketing lists/campaigns.
Use Mapsimise's drawing tools to perform spatial queries on your data. From a simple box to an entire outline of a territory, it's easy to filter your data based on distance and area. No more guesswork using postal codes or area names! Combine shapes to create complex filters.
Use widely-available KML files containing predefined shapes such as state and postal code boundaries, countries, school catchment areas and more to narrow down your queries.
Find all my customers within 5 miles of
List all my properties within half a mile of
Give me all assets located in or
Mapsimise makes working with maps a collaborative and flexible experience. Set up a map with multiple layers of connected or imported data, then all team members can create unlimited views against that map. All shapes, data filters, KML regions, routes and visual themes/effects are saved in a view.
Share your map views with other team members, either as view-only or with edit permissions. Add notes to the map to highlight points of interest to your team.
Share your maps with the world by making map views publicly available via links or website embedding.
Combine your business data with the power of Google Maps to plan driving routes between appointments, salesperson meetings, deliveries - in fact, anything with a start time and a location!
Mapsimise takes routing further with fully adjustable visit start times and durations for each leg of your itinerary. Re-order visits by dragging and dropping.
Auto-routing lets you take a selection of filtered records and plot them automatically, optimising by route or respecting the start times from your dataset - allowing you to best-fit your appointments or deliveries to a route and a schedule.
Mapsimise allows you to search worldwide for arbitrary locations by postal code, street name, city, points of interest and more. You can add these locations to a driving route, or create a filter from them (for example: all my customers within 10 miles of LaGuardia)
We've also leveraged the power of Google Business search to put the details of millions of businesses at your fingertips. Need to find a restaurant or hotel while planning a salesperson's itinerary? Or be able to recommend locations nearby to an existing customer? Your users can find what they need without leaving the Mapsimise interface.
Harness the power of Mapsimise's spatial filtering to enhance your mailing lists. Connect to leading digital marketing platforms such as Dotdigital and Mailchimp to send marketing materials to contacts you have identified using the Mapsimise toolset.
If you've already built your marketing workflow in your connected CRM system, you can push your filtered records back into Dynamics 365 Marketing Lists, Salesforce Campaigns, and SugarCRM Target Lists at the click of a button.
Before you can work with your data spatially, it's important to make sure you're working with the correct subset of data, especially when dealing with tens of thousands of records.
Mapsimise has a powerful query builder that lets you filter on names, dates, numbers, yes/no fields and more. Use AND and OR groupings to build complex queries.
If you need to use a particular query frequently, Mapsimise lets you set up Quick Filters that are always displayed at the top of your map. For example: a date range for displaying appointments, or a dropdown of types of customer.
Use Pin Variations to change the icon, shape, and colour of your map markers according to fields on your data. For example: colour-coding your global opportunities by closure probability.
Use clustering to help visualise where you have large collections of data by grouping markers together. Analyse this further by using heatmaps, which provide a striking visualisation of the spatial weighting of your data.
Proximity filtering gives you the ability to compare distances between two of your data layers. Mapsimise provides several options to help visualise the proximity of records.
Show customers within 10km of my stores
Which gas stations are closest to which depots?
Which engineers are closest to my current callouts?
Location intelligence (LI), or spatial intelligence, is the process of deriving meaningful insight from geospatial data relationships to solve a particular problem.