Geovision Group consulting the largest brands in the industry about point of sale database management to evaluate and convert the information obtained through sales points into the business plans. This service enables companies to analyze the workflow and procedures, to identify potential selling points, to plan the optimum distribution and classification of points of sale, to keep up to date customer database by identifying active and passive points of sale, to do trend analysis of changes in the points of sale.
By collaborating with Geovision Group, that provides sales, distribution and marketing solutions for the leading brands in the industry by using its own geographic information systems and software infrastructure since 2005, you can have an additional space to enlarge your current point of sale database in a very short time. Thanks to this additional space, you can evaluate the potential points and opportunities that do not exist on your database. By this way, you can have an extensive distribution and reach the maximum level of sales and profitability.
The additional space that Geovision Group provides does not consist of raw data. With the analysis and segmentation of the database in the additional space, the points are determined to be included in the most suitable routes. These points are included into the current workload optimally. Thus, the real efficiency and sales growth is achieved.
One of the most difficult subjects in the sales and distribution area is to have a reliable and current point of sale database. The point of sale database must be constantly updated, new points should be added, passive points should be removed and evaluation of the points should be made on a regular basis. During this process, Geovision Group provides a combination of all the solutions in need of brands under one roof to optimize the database management.
With the Master Database Management of Geovision Group, it’s possible to prevent database fraud actions such as opening and closing or classifying fake points of sale with the aim of showing higher numerical penetration.