Simplifying complex data through geo-visualization

The traditional process-model of visualizing your organization’s operations on a map require an extraction, transformation, storage, and interactive procedure of internal data sources to the GIS mapping system. A GIS-tool has been used since 1969 for most organizations being public or private, since 75-80% of all businesses has a location component in their activities. This is a well-functioning tool for identifying, managing and decision-making of what is happening, what is causing these happenings, and what will happen


The question today, is how to optimize time and work for these business activities? Can we create, visualize and manage geo-reports with just one-click? Yes! By merging the BI to the GIS systems of an organization, the latest changes of all business units’ operations can automatically be transferred to the GIS-mapping system and update the mapping-reports. With one click the manager can both visualize the daily organizational performances and manage the business units by automatically allowing the diffusion of daily reports with a map attached to each respective business units. E.g. for logistics activities of organizations, this tool enables each business unit to have an itinerary-planning schedule with a map for optimizing the efficiency of today’s delivery in a geographical area.

Many other business units have gained time and work effort from automatically receiving the daily mapping-reports, enabling the respective business operators to visualize today’s operations and tomorrow’s expectations.

Have you or your organization experienced putting too much effort into creating these form of reports for a large number of business units? Used too much time on coordinating the operations while ensuring not to overlap the work of others? A need to improve the coverage of sales areas and distribution? Other related issues?  

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