Business Analyst Server – Data Included with Esri Business Analyst Server
Current-year updates and five-year projections of Esri's Updated Demographics use more than 1,600 variables about population, households, income, housing, and consumer expenditures all at the United States, state, county, ZIP Code, census tract, block group, core-based statistical area, county sub division, place, and congressional district geography levels.
Esri's Tapestry Segmentation classifies U.S. neighborhoods into 65 segments based on their socioeconomic and demographic compositions. The market segmentation data is available at the census tract level and above.
Consumer Spending Data
All of the more than 750 variables available from Esri detailing which products and services consumers buy are included. The database provides information about total dollars spent, the average amount spent by household, and a Spending Potential Index (SPI) that compares local average product expenditures to the national average.
Market Potential Data
Over 2,000 items from the Gfk MRI 2009 Doublebase consumer survey are grouped into 16 categories of goods, services, and attitudes to measure the probable demand for a product or service.
A national database of more than 13 million U.S. businesses from Infogroup to identify customers and competitors, business data is arranged by business name, industry description or SIC/North American Industry Classification System, sales, employees, and location.
Major Shopping Centers
The national database from the Directory of Major Malls, Inc., lists detailed information for more than 6,000 major shopping centers, malls, and lifestyle/specialty centers in the United States. Major shopping centers' variables include center name, gross leasable area, type of center, total retail sales, distance to the nearest competing center, name of and distance to the nearest major city, and total number of stores.
NAVTEQ’s high-quality, nationwide street and geocoding databases provide routing attributes and attractive map displays as a single street database source. Business Analyst Desktop includes Esri's geocoder that integrates an address-based approach with more than 80 million residential and commercial U.S. structure addresses from the NAVTEQ Address Points database. This database maps street addresses to a physical location, so each address is a fixed point and not an interpolation from an address range.