Territory Manager has been designed for any business wishing to allocate areas to preferred suppliers such as franchisors, distributed services industries, and wide area service providers.
When prospective clients want to know your nearest service provider, all that needs to be done is to enter their postcode into the system and it will report whichever service provider has been assigned that area.
For example, Daniel’s pizza delivery franchise is approached by Lawrence who wants to operate a pizza service in Sydney. Daniel is also approached by Andrew who also wants to operate in Sydney. Daniel can assign Lawrence the postcodes of 2040, 2131 and 2050, and assign Andrew 2203, 2130 and 2049.
Territories can thus be divvied out as suits the business – when a customer enters a postcode that is within a pre-defined group of postcodes, only the preferred supplier will be shown as a match (even if it is not the closest). A group of postcodes assigned to a preferred supplier in this way is said to be that supplier’s territory.
HOW IT WORKS
Every service provider in your database is assigned a list of postcodes which define their trading area. This is their “territory” and all postcodes within this territory belong to them.
When a search is initiated by a potential customer entering a postcode, the system searches its database to find which of your providers serve that postcode and displays the information to the customer.
If an exact match is not found the system will display the owner of the nearest territory to the postcode being searched for. This way, a useful result will always be displayed for the customer.
|Easy to set up and use|
|Fully documented plain English manual|
|Create territories from any selection of postcodes|
|Access territory values at individual postcode levels|
|Available for all areas of Australia and New Zealand|
|Secure access to you and your staff helps protect your network|
EXTRACT MARKETING INFORMATION FROM YOUR TERRITORIES
By combining Territory Manager with our data logging service you will be able to derive valuable marketing information to help you make the best marketing decisions such as:
|Which areas require more attention|
|Which areas are the most popular/successful|
|Identification of expansion opportunities|
|New site selection|