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How to Illustrate Business Data on a Map with Charts
A great benefit of incorporating Map Business Online mapping software into your strategic planning activities is that it provides an excellent way to bring your business data to life. Simply import data from your Excel spreadsheets or other resources such as Salesforce.com and QuickBooks, and you can plot selected data points on a map in the form of full-color pie or bar charts.
Displaying pie or bar charts on a map can provide a number of important business advantages. For instance, you can clearly see the breakdown of sales on a per-product basis for any region or territory you choose to target. You can also segment your customers based on certain demographic criteria such as age, gender, income or home value, which can prove invaluable when developing targeted direct mail campaigns. You can also see whether your customers are paying their bills by visually comparing invoices due vs. invoices paid.
We’ve made it easy to learn how to illustrate data on a map with charts. Simply follow the simple steps for color-coding your data, plotting your data files, choosing the way in which you wish to summarize your data by geography or territory, and selecting the various options regarding chart size, labeling, values and more.
Chart samples are automatically updated as you make your selections, and you can preview your charts before completing the process by clicking on the “Done” button.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding how to illustrate business data on a map with charts.
Build fast map visualizations of your business data
Map business data from various sources by street address, city name, ZIP code, or latitude and longitude. Plot 250,000 or more locations on a map at once. All you need to start is a spreadsheet with business data.
Visualize business data on map with various symbols
Assign specific symbols, colors, and sizes to your data points on map. Choose from a wide variety of symbols or create your own. Visually define customers and prospects across multiple locations using symbols color coding.
Print large maps to use in presentations and project plans. Save maps as PDF files to print as large as 60” x 60” customer maps. Supports multiple pages option to use your home or office printer for large wall maps.
Create interactive maps and share with friends, colleagues, dealers, customers, prospects or vendors. Share territory maps. Email saved JPEG and PNG files or embed map files in PowerPoint presentations. Includes PDF export for larger print formats.