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The GIS and data solution for advanced business analysis

Carmen RADUT
2009 Economia: Seria Management  
The GIS Business Analyst is a suite of Geographic Information System (GIS)-enabled tools, wizards, and data that provides business professionals with a complete solution for site evaluation, selective  ...  By combining information, such as sales data of the organization, customer information, and competitor locations, with geographic data, such as demographics, territories, or store locations, the GIS Business  ...  We can use the GIS Business Analyst store prospecting tools to: Locate a potential store site, Analyze surrounding competition, Analyze the demographics of the area, Assess the market potential around  ... 
doaj:86b5aedcd2cf46be93c949bd1c1a86f7 fatcat:4g2u6w3rynedvdmofjgx24lwve

GIS in Indian Retail Industry-A Strategic Tool

Sita Mishra
2009 International Journal of Marketing Studies  
GIS with its capability to manage, display, and analyze business information spatially, is emerging as a powerful location intelligence tool.  ...  Therefore, in this paper attempt is made to outlines the benefits and difficulties to the effective use of GIS as a strategic tool in retail industry in India.  ...  Analyze target cities for roll-out, best suited locations for their formats. Investigate that whether the stores should be on the high street, in a shopping mall or part of an out-of town complex.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijms.v1n1p50 fatcat:35amh7jirnewplmn6zggqp7bvi

Locational Attractiveness Modelling of Retail in Santa Maria, Brazil

Eliziéle Paroli, Clarice Maraschin
2018 Urban Science  
The study selects three relevant location attributes of store choice: retail market clustering, local accessibility of the street network, and topographic slope of the terrain.  ...  A central topic in the retail analysis is store location, which is related to its attractiveness and even with its profitability.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Urban Sci. 2018, 2, 105  ... 
doi:10.3390/urbansci2040105 fatcat:dxerr4sf3zbxteg4tn4rltsiyu

Trends and Dynamics in Retail Industry: Focus on Relational Proximity

Marcello Sansone, Annarita Colamatteo
2017 International Business Research  
This paper aims to analyze the dynamics of retail innovation and store format, in particular underlining the variables that have led retailers in a return to the concept of neighbourhood, understood as  ...  under a purely dimensional aspect; today the format of neighbourhood is synonymous with relational proximity with the consumer and this assumption leads to consider proximity also a large store.  ...  The Evolution of Retail Innovation: An Overview The issue of retail innovation and its complexity determine the need to investigate this topic with a holistic approach.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v10n2p169 fatcat:n6dejo4qerfwjixbqfrvgs6bsu

Improving retail effectiveness through technology:

Bharat P Rao
2000 Technology in society  
In this paper, we overview some of the common problems retailers face while evaluating alternative technology solutions. A survey of available analytical tools is presented.  ...  Information technology can be used as an effective tool in managing problems related to the retail supply chain.  ...  Display systems and plan-o-grams Display systems and plan-o-grams provide large retailers with tools to manage the look and feel of their stores.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0160-791x(99)00032-9 fatcat:nufjceq4mvhrtmqupnlbfqgkye

Investigation of Integrated Marketing Communications to the Buyer in the Retail Trade Network

Alla Lialiuk, Ivanna Koniukh
2016 Economic journal of Lesia Ukrainka Eastern European National University  
and analyzes the effectiveness of the impact of integrated marketing communications in the retail trade network shoes «Chobitok».  ...  So, it is necessary to make a synthesis of scientific approaches to the specifics of the system of marketing communications. Dzh.  ...  and in shop windows; display with «special prices»; leaflets on the shelves; various events in the stores; sponsorship at the local level; own brands retailers.  ... 
doi:10.29038/2411-4014-2016-04-54-59 fatcat:p5n3ybfyfrgkbja47pewcgwwhu

The Impact of Climate Change on the Food System in Toronto

Kimberly Zeuli, Austin Nijhuis, Ronald Macfarlane, Taryn Ridsdale
2018 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
As part of its Climate Change and Health Strategy, in 2017, Toronto Public Health engaged stakeholders from across the food system to complete a high-level vulnerability assessment of the impact of climate  ...  Using the Ontario Climate Change and Health Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment Guidelines, the City of Toronto's High-Level Risk Assessment Tool, and a strategic framework developed by the Initiative  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph15112344 fatcat:bpgr57pvjrfpbg24wjapcvd4va

Physical Activity and Food Environment Assessments

Amy A. Eyler, Heidi M. Blanck, Joel Gittelsohn, Allison Karpyn, Thomas L. McKenzie, Susan Partington, Sandy J. Slater, Meghan Winters
2015 American Journal of Preventive Medicine  
The aims of this paper are to (1) describe examples of built environment assessment methods and tools in the practice context; (2) present case studies that outline successful approaches for the use of  ...  Built environment assessment methods and tools range from simple to complex and encompass perceived, observed, and geographic data collection.  ...  These findings were shared with local stakeholders and are currently part of ongoing discussions about possible approaches to address needed improvements in the Nation stores.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2014.10.008 pmid:25891064 fatcat:kezr2uqkh5elxfz3uukhs2op5u

Analysis and Visualization of Marketing, Statistical and Macroeconomic Data With GIS

Krassimira Schwertner
2017 Economics World  
The most common way to analyze economics data is to use statistics software and spreadsheets.The paper presents opportunities of modern Geographical Information System (GIS) for analysis of marketing,  ...  The system is designed with Geographical Information System for settlements in their respective countries and regions.  ...  So the information system combines the power of the statistical analysis with the visualization tools, power of GIS, and access to big amount of data stored in Data Warehouse.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-7144/2017.05.001 fatcat:hsy7a7jgb5bozctlj5zgzswdte

Data-driven Customer Journey Mapping in Local High Streets: A Domain-specific Modeling Language

C. Ingo Berendes, Christian Bartelheimer, Jan Hendrik Betzing, Daniel Beverungen
2018 International Conference on Information Systems  
The purpose of this paper is to design a domain-specific modeling language (DSML) that enables analyzing and designing customer journeys in a digitized high street retail setting.  ...  From an empirical perspective, the HSJML provides the constructs required for mapping, analyzing, and predicting online-offline customer journeys in local high streets, based on analyzing event-logs from  ...  Acknowledgements This paper was developed in the research project smartmarket² (www.smartmarketsquare.de), which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), promotion signs  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/BerendesBBB18 fatcat:bz73kczgsbc4jdrpxhnajjhz5i

A Comprehensive Study of Selected Organized Retail Outlets at Gujarat: Human Resource Management Perspective

Sandip G. Prajapati
2016 IRA-International Journal of Management & Social Sciences (ISSN 2455-2267)  
<div><p>At the beginning of 21<sup>st</sup> century, Indian retail sector is one of the fastest emerging sectors in India. Organized retail sector is growing at sound rate.  ...  Due to this tuff competition and dynamics of consumer behavior organized retail store owners need to observe human force management at their work place.  ...  INTRODUCTION: Indian market has high complexities in terms of a wide geographic spread and distinct consumer preferences varying by each region necessitating a need for localization even within the geographic  ... 
doi:10.21013/jmss.v3.n3.p27 fatcat:vr7ccarq7beldm2mra7opvuinm

Value Analysis Framework for RFID Technology Adoption in Retailers in China

Zongwei Luo, Benjamin Yen, Zhining Tan, Zhicheng Ni
2008 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The framework is illustrated and validated through an example to demonstrate its feasibility to help to analyze the adoption of RFID technologies retailers in China.  ...  Thus, a good way to solve this problem is for them to source these kind of analysis skills with help from IT tools for conducting the analysis activities.  ...  Deployment Complexity The complexity of deploying a RFID system, including the cost of capital and labor, the connection with existing systems, and so on.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02317 fatcat:eautg2jc3fh57pof6wou4wboya

Research and Implement of Maize Varietypromotion Decision Support System Based Onwebgis [chapter]

Hu Wang, Xiaodong Zhang, Weili Wang, Yuan Zheng
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This system analyzes the specific requirements of users. It is integrated with the existing suitability evaluation model and combination model.  ...  However, the seed enterprises frequently don't seriously consider the suitability of the varieties but promoting blindly, leading to the loss of both enterprises and farmers.  ...  If users do not satisfy with the plan, they can utilize analyzing tool to resolve problems according to their specific needs.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-0209-2_73 fatcat:qhdy4h26hvdojjurnpsskavmsu

Innovation in Marketing Channels

Fabio Musso
2010 Symphonya Emerging Issues in Management  
In more recent years, the context of globalization in which market channel structures and strategies are developing is bringing to a more complex concept of marketing channels, with disintermediation or  ...  In recent years, the innovation processes in marketing channels have occurred with high intensity and speed, especially following the changes spurred by technology that allowed the adoption of more efficient  ...  An ESL system consists of a PC, local wireless communication network and electronic labels (small LCD screens).  ... 
doi:10.4468/2010.1.04musso fatcat:d6jxw3u6hbglhcdes7okhrm2u4

Identification of robust retailing location patterns with complex network approaches

Rosa María Sánchez-Saiz, Virginia Ahedo, José Ignacio Santos, Sergio Gómez, José Manuel Galán
2021 Complex & Intelligent Systems  
AbstractThe problem of location is the cornerstone of strategic decisions in retail management. This decision is usually complex and multidimensional.  ...  One of the most relevant success factors is an adequate balanced tenancy, i.e., a complementary ecosystem of retail stores in the surroundings, both in planned and unplanned areas.  ...  In addition, we acknowledge support from the Santander Supercomputación group (University of Cantabria), that provided access to the Altamira Supercomputer-located at the Institute of Physics of Cantabria  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40747-021-00335-8 fatcat:2nl3mytpdvbobccf2nznt53ch4
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