Visualizing Dynamics 365 CRM data based on Location

Maplytics allows you to plot Dynamics 365 CRM data using plot functions based on location, region, drawn shapes, territories and saved templates. You can do strategic analysis within Dynamics 365 CRM by plotting Entities with their views. Concentric Proximity/Radius Search based on distance/time can be done within the defined radius or time. Here, you can save time by plotting saved templates directly. This geographically dispersed data can be visualized using Maplytics right on the map. You are also allowed to resize you data grid to view desired proportion of map and data grid by dragging to expand it or collapse it as per your visualization needs.

Regional Analysis of Dynamics CRM data

For a broader view of Dynamics 365 CRM, data based on City, State, County, Postal/Zip Code, Postal Code Sector, Country, etc. can be plotted. As Maplytics provides seamless mapping with Bing Maps it aids the users to plot Dynamics 365 CRM data via geographies. Users can also see the summary of data spread in Summary Card by clicking on particular region. The attributes to be displayed on Summary Card can also be customized.

Overlay

Perform comparative analysis of Dynamics 365 CRM data on map by plotting layers. Viewing layers of plotted data makes your decision making robust by better visualization. Using Overlay, you can plot Shape files or territories. These shape files should be saved in a territory to be visible in the list of shape files. Along with this, you can also view the data records from the map.

View territories right on map

Plotting shape files/territories boosts the decision-making capabilities of users by analyzing data distribution on map. The users can use alignment tool on these files within Dynamic 365 CRM and select Shape files and multiple geographical shapes to create or align territories. By using alignment tool users can perform multiple actions like ‘select, deselect, select all and delete’ on the plotted shape files/territories.

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