Scale for a Single User or Your EnterpriseWith server, desktop, web, and mobile options, BusinessAnalyst can be configured for individual use or toshare data, analyses, and insights across your entireorganization, including access in the field.ServerIdeal when analysts need to collaborate, share, andpublish location information enterprise-wide; helpseliminate internal silos by allowing the use and sharing ofdata across an organization.DesktopSpatial analytics, visualization, and extensive data thatempower analysts to generate custom analyses andreports that also incorporate customer data.WebFor real estate, retail, and business professionals whogenerate maps, site analyses, and reports on local areademographics, competition, consumer lifestyles, andbuying behavior.MobileProvides anywhere access to location and demographicdata, reports, and maps using a smartphone or tablet.APIsEnable web developers to build custom web, desktop, andmobile applications for mapping and location analysis.Find out more at esri.com/ba.
Business Analyst ServerBusiness Analyst Server enables your organization tomanage, share, and publish critical location-relatedinformation across the enterprise. Built on a standard ITstack, Business Analyst Server integrates easily with yourexisting business intelligence (BI), customer relationshipmanagement (CRM), financial, supply chain management,and other enterprise systems. It also helps standardizeworkflows and out-of-the-box web applications forlocation analytics.Business Analyst Server• Provides browser-based access to location-basedanalyses, queries, reports• Includes prebuilt workflow templates and capabilitiesfor building custom templates• Supports cross-platform deployment• Can be integrated with other business applications• Reduces software deployment and maintenance costsSeven of the top 10 US retailers use BusinessAnalyst to help corporate decision makers andregional management:• Determine where to open or close stores orchange their footprint• Compare costs and projected ROI for differentlocations• Assess cannibalization• Evaluate the impact of competitors• Monitor sales and key store metrics• Identify underperforming locationsUsing Business Analyst Serveradds value to other corporatedatasets by putting keymetrics in a spatial context.For more information, go to esri.com/baserver.Investigate proposed sites to assesscannibalization, competitive impact, andrevenue potential by using your ownsales data along with Esri demographic,consumer, and business data.Business Analyst Online APIWith this web API, you can embed customized reports,maps, and analyses into your own website or buildapplications for your specific reporting needs.
Business Analyst DesktopBusiness Analyst Desktop is the must-have tool forprofessional analysts who need to understand customersand markets, perform detailed site analyses, assessstore network performance, analyze cannibalization, andoptimize trade areas or territories.The software comes with workflow tools and wizardsfor standard analyses to help you explore differentscenarios that improve understanding and decisionmaking. Business Analyst Desktop also provides all thetools needed to develop customer models for advancedlocation analysis.Business Analyst Add-InUsers of Esri’s ArcGIS®for Desktop can access BusinessAnalyst demographic, consumer spending, segmentation,and business data through the Business Analyst OnlineSM(BAOSM) Reports Add-in.A regional bank identifies profitable customersand then finds more like them.An analyst for a regional bank generated a Tapestry™lifestyle segmentation profile of existing customersfor two successful branches. Because Tapestry datais tied to geography, the analyst then used thisdata to find ZIP Codes of areas with similar lifestylesegmentation for a targeted marketing campaign.A regional bank uses Tapestry segmentation to classify existing customers, then searches for other areas containing similar potential customers.To learn more, visit esri.com/badesktop.