The Location Insights Blog
This article is about location intelligence and how you can make the most of it! Say goodbye to the old ways of mapping data using administrative units and hello to a new method - spatial indexing. You'll learn about the pros and cons of this approach and how you can easily implement it using CleverMaps. So, if you want to boost your data visualization game and improve your location analysis, this article is for you!
We are thrilled to share with you that CleverMaps has accomplished its SOC 2 Type II certification! The SOC 2 Type II and the CleverMaps' ISO 27001 certifications only emphasize our commitment to protecting our customer's data and facilitating a safe and secure Location Intelligence ecosystem. Learn more about our security measures in this blog post.
In this article, we will look at location insights derived from mobility data provided by T-Mobile in the Czech Republic and at some examples of how you could leverage this data for your business.
Do you have to be a Spatial Data Scientist to get insights from spatial data? Of course not; if you use the right tools, insights from Spatial Data can be accessible to anyone.
CleverMaps has been named a High Performer in G2.com's Business Intelligence and Location Intelligence Grid reports, which we are very excited about.
Points of Interest data proved to have its place in location analytics for many industries. But is there a way to make POI data even more accurate and beneficial for your business? Read on to find out.
Recently, CleverMaps ran a successful POC with the newly released GoodData.CN platform that shows how well Location Intelligence complements standard Business Intelligence visualizations. But simple combination of the two visualization tools is not enough, GoodData, same as CleverMaps, thinks to the future. And in the future, Business Intelligence is headless.
Seeing the term Location Intelligence all around but still not sure what it means and what it does? This article will introduce the five most common use cases of Location Intelligence in the real (business) world.
What is a catchment area? It's a geographic area from which a business attracts a population that uses its services. In other words, the area that "catches" your existing or prospective customers. A catchment area can be refined based on several different factors. Read on to find out what those factors are.
If you’re an expansion director responsible for optimising your branch network, it’s vital that you have the right tools to help you interpret your data. So why do you need to optimise your branch network in the first place? In a nutshell, so you don’t get left behind. Not only are customer perceptions of the usefulness of bricks-and-mortar branches very different to what they once were, but the financial services sector is currently undergoing a period of unprecedented change.