"Google Maps APIs was definitely a good choice; it is very easy to use for basic functionality, and yet offers all the flexibility and features to implement complex and advanced functionality."
and customer data with Google Maps.
Store locatorProvide customers with updated store information and store locations closest to them.
Customer satisfactionDisplay store inventory online to help customer identify locations where products are available.
Target ConsumersAnalyze demographics and customer shopping behaviors by geographic mapping data.
Improve marginsBetter allocate advertising dollars based on analysis of area and potential media buys.
New store locationsGeographic data helps understand customer demographics and patterns to optimize new store locations.
Optimize store inventoryConfigure store format and other aspects of merchandising by geographic area and demographics.
Improve customer retentionCustomized merchandising allows stores to stock inventory based on segmented consumer needs.
Coordinate techniciansLocations needing maintenance and repair can be pinpointed to where field technicians are available.
Improve repair timesMaintenance and customer information is gathered into one view, providing customer service with a clear picture.
Make your geospatial data more accessible so that anyone in your workforce, from the office to the field, can find it. With your data securely stored in Google's cloud, mobile workers can access maps anytime, and collaborate from anywhere on any device.
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Get a unified view of your assets such as property locations, mobile team, delivery trucks.
Add your own imagery such as store floorplans and property imagery.
Monitor your assets in real time, including aisle data, sales data and inventory data.
Use third-party data such as demographic data, supply chain data and real estate data.
For more information on how you can improve decision-making and performance with Google Maps, contact a Google Sales Consultant.Get in touch View Plans