Trade Area Systems Partners with Planned Grocery® to Provide Clients with Extensive Grocery Site Selection Data

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 1, 2019

 

PROVIDENCE, RI – Trade Area Systems (TAS), a leader in data-driven software solutions for retail real estate site selection and data visualization, and Planned Grocery®, a grocery location analytics data service, have formed a data partnership to give TAS’s clients access the Planned Grocery data layer through the TAS platform. Companies using Planned Grocery data on the TAS platform can optimize site locations and better understand potential competitive challenges.

“Our partnership with Planned Grocery delivers significant value to our customers,” said Bill Dakai, President of TAS. “The ability for our extensive list of grocery clients to use the Planned Grocery dataset within the same system that hosts their proprietary store and customer loyalty data allows them to quickly and accurately understand how competitor actions will affect their stores. This dataset also greatly benefits our non-grocery clients, as it identifies areas that will serve as future retail nodes.”

The Planned Grocery dataset was created by Beitz and Daigh Geographics so organizations have better access to data on planned grocery store sites, and to help companies use this data for site selection and market planning.

For retail real estate businesses, finding and tracking planned grocery locations can be difficult and time consuming. Companies do this research every day, but often the information is gathered on the “market of the moment,” and the data is not kept up to date or shared throughout the organization.

The Planned Grocery dataset includes more than 3,000 locations across the United States that have some type of grocery anchored development activity, including proposed, planned, under construction and recently built locations. The data is updated almost daily and includes the status, location, opening date, square footage and information source. Each point is hand-placed on the map and is tied to a publicly available source.

“TAS is a great real estate platform,” said David Beitz, Partner at Beitz and Daigh Geographics. “We are pleased to be partnering with Trade Area Systems and look forward to seeing more organizations working with the Planned Grocery data.”

Both TAS and Planned Grocery will be present at the upcoming Gravisite (May 1 – 3 in Clearwater Beach, FL) and ICSC RECon (May 19 – 22 in Las Vegas) industry conferences.

About Planned Grocery®
Planned Grocery® (www.PlannedGrocery.com) is a paid subscription data service provided by Beitz and Daigh Geographics. Beitz and Daigh Geographics, Inc., an Esri Business Partner, provides GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and data solutions for organizations looking to visualize, research, analyze, and display location-based data. Current and former clients include shopping center owners, real estate investors, retail and multi-family developers, real estate brokers, investment banking organizations, grocery retailers, hedge funds, and entrepreneurs.

About Trade Area Systems
Trade Area Systems moves retail real estate forward for retailers and developers, empowering them to make smarter decisions with their data. TAS provides world-class mapping tools, technologies, and consulting by leveraging third-party datasets and web-based mapping tools to deliver innovative real estate analysis and marketing solutions. Visit www.tradeareasystems.com, @TASnews on Twitter, and @WeAreTAS on Instagram.

 

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Media Contacts:
TAS
Tyler Cyr
Director of Marketing & Communications
401-272-2600 ext. 240
tcyr@tradeareasystems.com

Planned Grocery
David Z. Beitz
Partner
803-451-0305
dbeitz@plannedgrocery.com

Author
Tyler Cyr