Site selectors and businesses making location decisions choose communities first, properties second. GIS Planning offers patented community search technology to help make this match.
Companies start the site selection process with a list of criteria for desired regions, looking for specific elements in infrastructure, supply chain, workforce or other categories. Once those conditions are met, they'll search for properties. Help them choose your region with interactive, best-in-class online data tools.
Choose the level of geography for searches. Users can choose to explore locations that fall into city, county, metro, (customizable) region, or state categories.
Engage website visitors with an attractive, interactive infographic snapshot of up-to-date key data points for each location. Data is updated automatically.
Search, map, analyze, and share demographic, labor force, consumer spending, business, industry, wage and talent pool information.
It's hard to absorb long lists of text and numbers, harder still to make sense of many different data sets all at once. Our beautiful infographics turn complex data into engaging visuals that are instantly understood, easy to absorb, and far more likely than static reports to be recalled when decisions need to be made.
Share results by email, on social media, PDF and as custom links to reports your users have analyzed.
Click on the three dots in the upper right-hand corner to download as a ready-to-use image online or in presentations and proposals.
Variables in reports can be toggled on and off to help users visualize how data is dispersed across community geography.
Map layers and map tools make it possible to illustrate data across your region and to analyze specific custom areas.
Strategic partnerships with industry leaders offer our clients tremendous advantages
When we looked at different options on the market for economic development organizations like ours, GIS planning really rose to the top. The data suite that complements the sites and building inventory was really what sold us on that.
Vice-President, Economic Development