With the help of a customer analysis, companies examine and segment their existing customers and potential new customers. Using WebGIS software gives even better results. This is because customer data and potential are ideally visualized on a map (e.g. Bing Maps) and analyzed spatially. As a result, companies gain insights that would have remained hidden without the geo reference. Your company can also benefit from WebGIS and geomarketing.

Customer density with WebGIS - hot spots become visible

Customer density with WebGIS - hot spots become visible

Benefits of Data Analysis with WebGIS

Most companies analyze their customer data. Using a WebGIS to do so provides companies with the following additional benefits:

  • Answering all key questions of the customer analysis + spatial aspects
  • Analysis of customer data on a map
  • Visualization of customers and potentials on a map.
  • Standardized processing of large data sets
  • Quick and easy to use as an online tool

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Questions Regarding Customer Analyses

With a geo-tool, you can not only answer customer analysis questions one-dimensionally, you can also see analysis results on a map to help you better understand relationships thanks to the spatial reference. This enables you to make faster decisions and take concrete operational actions.

Through customer analysis with WebGIS you know…

  • not only WHO, but also WHERE your existing and potential customers are
  • not only WHO, but also WHERE your A, B and C customers are
  • not only WHO your target group is, but also WHERE you can find your target group and potential new customers
  • the expectations and requirements of your customers by municipality, ZIP Code and/or sales area or catchment area
  • WHERE customers are satisfied and WHERE they are not
  • WHERE your customers buy or reject WHAT products
  • WHERE your competition is particularly strong and active.

Customer analysis results on a presentation monitor during a meeting

Customer analyses with the WebGIS WIGeoWeb show you WHERE you can find potential new customers and how strong the competition is in those areas. This allows you to better estimate where it will be easier to acquire new customers and where greater effort will be necessary.

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Screenshot of the WebGIS tool showing customers as points on a map

Display Customers on a Map

A first and very helpful step to get an idea of the distribution of customers in the market is to display the customers on a map. Where do you have a lot of customers and clusters? Where are there white spots and hidden potential

Visualizing customer data on a map is the starting point and the prerequisite for all further spatial analyses

Screenshot of the WIGeoWeb tool displaying segmented customer data

Customer Segmentation

You can segment your customers by industry, job position, demographics, buying behavior, geography, attitude and values. The question of where you can find your customer segment is answered by visualizing the information on interactive maps. 

This is how you find your customer segments and then determine appropriate sales and marketing measures to reach them.

ABC analysis of customers and customer value with WebGIS, screenshot of an analysis result

ABC Analysis and Customer Value

With the help of the ABC analysis, companies or people are divided into important and less important customers. Group A is the most important customer segment. The sales and marketing measures are particularly intensive here. Geomarketing allows you to visualize this analysis. What are the benefits? You will receive answers to the following questions:

  • Where are customer clusters?
  • Where do I have white spots?
  • How are the individual customer segments distributed?
  • Where are which sales and marketing measures necessary?

Screenshot of a potential analysis in the customer analysis software WIGeoWeb

Discover Potential & Find New Customers

Customer analyses with the WebGIS WIGeoWeb show you WHERE you can find customer potential and how strong the competition is in the region. Fields of application are: 

  • Find potential retail locations and define customer service areas.
  • Analyze catchment areas. The results of the environmental analysis provide hints for not yet discovered potential demand.
  • Find areas populated by people with similar socio-demographics and affinities to your customers.
  • Find areas where your target groups live or work.

In this way, you can better identify areas where there is sufficient market potential for acquiring new customers.

Screenshot of the customer analysis tool displaying a customer aggregation or customer density

Aggregation of Customer Data

When aggregating customer data, data is combined and displayed on a larger, spatial level.

This is useful, for example, to help find “white spots” or make area-related comparisons. Questions like: “Where are the sales exceeding or falling below my expectations?” are answered using aggregated customer data. In addition, the aggregation offers maximum anonymization of the customer data.

However, due to the anonymization, ABC customer analyses and customer segmentations are no longer possible. On the other hand, potential analyses are possible.

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Integrate Customer Data into GIS and Data Protection

You can integrate any data you like into our WebGIS WIGeoWeb. There are two ways to do this:

  • Data upload and download, e.g. as Excel lists
  • Data integration via an ETL process (ETL = Extract - Transform - Load)

Always Keep Your Data Up-to-Date with the Help of Automated ETL Processes

The option that is most practical in everyday work and the least prone to errors is data integration via an automated ETL process. The data is automatically extracted from the databases, automatically optimized for the GIS and entered into the GIS. You determine in advance how often the data should be updated in the GIS. We design the ETL process to meet your specific needs. 

Data Protection

Our WebGIS enables you to analyze customer data anonymously, if desired. This is possible by aggregating the data. In addition, data based on an anonymous customer number can be integrated. The transmission of address and contact data is not necessary. The analyses are run on the basis of the customer number, to which the corresponding coordinates and associated attributes have been assigned. 

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