Additional 2012 U.S. Data for Business Analyst Online has been released

Earlier this week, Esri updated the following datasets in Business Analyst Online (BAO):

  • 2012 Consumer Spending Data
  • 2012 Market Potential Data
  • 2012 Tapestry Data
  • 2012 Retail MarketPlace Data*
  • 2012 Business Summary Data using Dun & Bradstreet* Data
  • July 2012 Business Locations from Dun & Bradstreet*

The following reports have been updated and now include 2012 Esri data:

Report Name

Basic

Standard

Standard Plus

Automotive Aftermarket Expenditures

X

X

Financial Expenditures

X

X

House and Home Expenditures

X

X

Household Budget Expenditures

X

X

Medical Expenditures

X

X

Recreation Expenditures

X

X

Retail Goods and Services Expenditures

X

X

X

Electronics and Internet Market Potential

X

Financial Investments Market Potential

X

Health and Beauty Market Potential

X

Pets and Products Market Potential

X

Restaurant Market Potential

X

Retail Market Potential

X

Sports and Leisure Market Potential

X

Dominant Tapestry Site Map

X

X

Tapestry Segmentation Area Profile

X

X

Business Locator*

X

X

Business Summary*

X

X

Retail MarketPlace Profile*

X

X

*New Dun & Bradstreet Data
Esri Business Analyst Online subscribers can now access over 18 million U.S. business listings and business summary data from Dun & Bradstreet, including SIC and NAICS classifications.

Dun & Bradstreet data is a comprehensive and accurate replacement for the previous data and allows us to provide international business data in the near future. Reports, workflows, and access to the data remain the same.

BAO API Users
In order to access the new data and reports, you will need to update your applications. Read about these important changes here.

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  1. spriest says:

    Will this also be applicable to Community Analyst? We downsized from carrying both BAO and CAO at esri’s recommendation that both products offered the same data access. Thanks!