Today, most businesses today use data to stop guessing and start targeting their efforts at the most local level possible. In many countries, it's all too easy to get incredibly granular data on consumers' movements and preferences through digital tracking.
However, in India, getting granular consumer data is far more difficult. Digital data isn't helpful because of low internet penetration, and India's other sources of granular data are often incomplete, inaccessible, and siloed in systems that don't talk to one another.
We first found the business potential for each store, based on an analysis of nearby points of interest and other demographic and economic data. This helped the company create a strategy of which stores it should target with its new product.
We layered store-level data with a local area-level business potential score, mapped on 2.5 km hexagonal grids. This let us find areas with high business potential but no existing company stores — the perfect locations for expansion.
Layered geographic analysis made it easy to create a cohesive business strategy — all in a single screen.
We uncovered insightful trends and patterns with proprietary analysis, algorithms and estimations.
Granular POI data covered competitors' stores, residential complexes, colleges, ATMs and banks, and more.
We converted the company's incomplete retail addresses into full addresses and precise lat-longs.
Viewing data at city or even street level helped the company make important decisions at any level.
Decision-makers could surf through data quickly and use our dynamic map to explore key metrics and trends.
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