Finding the right location for your new business or branch just got easier with Business Analyst Online from ESRI offered by CMC Government Supply. Having the right location can make or break a business and ESRI has been providing geographic software to companies since 1969.
Business Analyst Online is a Web-based solution that makes custom site evaluation and market analysis fast and easy. Utilizing extensive demographic, consumer spending, and business data, BAO provides detailed information and insights about consumers, their lifestyles and buying behavior, and businesses in your market area.
It is easy to use, simply enter five key customer criteria, such as population and income, and Business Analyst Online generates a map by using smart map search which pinpoints areas that best meet your needs.
And now, BAO works on any mobile device. If you already use Business Analyst Online, you can access the free mobile application on any smartphone or tablet. This anytime, anywhere access is key for market planning and real estate professionals who are frequently out in the field.
CMC is proud to be an ESRI Business Partner and is excited about BAO which enables businesses to explore markets in the US and Canada.
Business Analyst Online facilitates better planning plus more informed decision making which equals success for business owners. For more information, visit http://www.cmcgov.com/store/pc/Business-Analyst-Online-Demographic-Maps-and-Reports-Annual-Subscriptions-115p1479.htm.
About CMC Government Supply:
CMC Government Supply provides United States federal, state & local governments and authorized government contractors over 100,000 specialized products. Most of our products are used for military, intelligence, homeland security, law enforcement, public safety and general government applications. Dallas, Texas based CMC Government Supply is classified as a small business supplier to all federal, state and local governments. For more information, visit http://www.cmcgov.com .†
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