White Space Analysis
The blank spaces are those areas in which there is no presence of own businesses or competition.
Therefore it is convenient to study if these are areas in which it is worth investing or it is better not to use resources in them.
General Description of this use case
It is essential for a business to know in as much detail and as accurately as possible how far its influence extends geographically. That is to say, what is the radius of action of an establishment? Do people living far from my shop or in a certain neighborhood go to it? Does my telecommunications company have customers in a certain city or area? And many more related questions.
This allows them to identify what is known as white spaces. Areas where there is little or no influence. This is of great value to business managers, who have interesting potential locations on the table in which to invest resources to strengthen their position there, given the right circumstances.
There are several aspects to consider when deciding whether to go for white space or not. For example, the presence of intense competition or the absence of a potential audience for the brand in the given location.
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In this case, it is essential to have appropriate data streams for each area to be analysed. These include those that collect information on sales, visits to establishments, the socio-demographic and economic characteristics of their inhabitants, their mobility patterns, the presence or absence of competitors and many others.
With a thorough analysis of all these using the most appropriate artificial intelligence algorithms, it is possible to identify and characterise the various existing white spaces, and to know with a high degree of certainty whether or not it is worth investing in them. Whether by opening new shops or establishments or by launching marketing and recruitment campaigns specifically targeted at their inhabitants.
Telco network optimization
It optimize the rollout of mobile telecommunications networks, improving the user experience so that they enjoy an optimal service in terms of signal quality for each of the telco use cases. In addition, it maximizes the profitability of the core and radio access network infrastructure. All this optimizes the network topology: by placing the right equipment in each of the locations.
OMNICHANNEL RETAIL NETWORK OPTIMIZATION
The retail sector is clearly marked by the influence of different sales channels, such as physical and online stores. Therefore, it is essential to know the geospatial data that explain the dynamics of these channels, as well as the cause-effect relationships between them. With Locatium, you will be able to choose the best locations for new stores, predict results in new locations, mitigate the influence of competitors considering cannibalization, and optimize the right online-Vs-offline mix in each location.
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many industries this use case applies to?
Customer segmentation is a critical process for a number of industries. From Locatium would like to help you identify the main industries where we can lend a hand to prevent this from happening.
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