Add Maps to Supply Chain Analysis

4 "must-haves" for easy, effective maps

Location, location, location.

With maps available at our fingertips for all kinds of personal decisions, why not have that same insight when it comes to optimizing your supply chain?

Incorporating maps into your analysis, reports and dashboards should be as common as creating another bar chart, pie graph or data table. Your supply chain data is filled with location-based information: distribution centers, retail shops, transportation logistics and weather maps to name a few.

This whitepaper explains what you should expect from your analytical application to make maps a part of your everyday efforts to optimize your supply chain

  1. Make mapping fast. It should be as easy as making a line chart.
  2. Customize with ease. Flexibility to make maps that are meaningful to you is a must.
  3. Add relevant data for depth. Incorporate your own data and demographics to make trends pop.
  4. Drill into maps for answers. Interact with your maps to answer questions about trends they reveal.

Check out this whitepaper. Find out why you won’t want your analysis to leave maps behind.

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