Understand the characteristics of a market or trade area with a few taps of your connected device using Sitewise. Create in-depth reports with key demographic and business data in the field.

Sitewise Mobile – Feature Highlights


Run Detailed Reports and Share with Others

Generate multi-page reports showing key demographics of an area such as population, age, households, income levels and much more for a given driving distance or radius.   You can email and share with others your results in Excel or PDF.


Street Maps and Aerial View Integration

Zoom into your site and see what’s around your location using aerial imagery.   The street maps and aerial imagery are constantly updated.


Includes Census Data for the US and Canada

Sitewise comes standard with data from the 2000, 2010 US Census as well as the 2006, 2011 Canadian Census.


Analyze Circles, Drive-times and Census Areas

Create reports around a site using a circle or drive-time area.  In addition, you can run reports on census and postal areas such as Counties, Blockgroups, Zip Codes.   Data from all census geographies are available at your fingertips.


Support for iOS and Android Smartphones and Tablets

Sitewise is available for smartphone and table devices that use iOS or Android operating systems.


(Optional) Current Year Estimates & Business Data

For the freshest data, you can purchase additional subscriptions such as current year estimates, consumer spending and business data. Get the latest from the industry’s leading providers – Claritas-Environics, STI or AGS.

Sitewise Mobile is part of a suite of market planning & site selection tools

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Sitewise Mobile

  • How do I get current-year estimates & projections and consumer spending data?

    Current-year demographic data can be purchased from a number of vendors.   The freshest data is available from the following suppliers:


  • Why does the extent of a drive-time polygon appear to be larger (or smaller) than the distance it takes me to drive in that same amount of time?

    Drive time polygons are created automatically by analysing the network of streets and highways around the selected location. All possible routes that can be covered in the specified time are calculated from the expected speeds on each type of road (local streets, arterials or freeways etc.). If a driver encounters stop-lights, takes a route other than the optimum, or drives faster or slower than the assumed speeds – all of which are likely – then the trip time could be substantially different than the estimate. Drive time polygons are best used for qualitative comparisons – they can tell you that one store location is likely to perform better than another – but they cannot predict the number of customers that will actually visit your store.

  • Why do I get results in my profile reports of all zeroes?

    Check to make sure you have the right database set. For instance, the US Census will not provide results for a study area in Canada. You can set the database by selecting Settings and changing the subscription.

  • When will 2010 US Census data be available in Sitewise?

    2010 Census SF1 data is currently available in Sitewise. Unlike the 2000 Census, the 2010 Census does not include income data.

    To create reports using 2010 Census data, select Settings and change the database subscription to “2010 Census SF1″.

  • Is there a way I can view more than one profile at the same time?

    Due to the limitations of screen size on a mobile device, this is not an option in Sitewise Mobile. However, our online tool Sitewise Pro offers reports with multiple demographic profiles and the ability to create polygon study areas. Feel free to sign up for a free 30-day trial of PCensus Online. Sitewise Pro works on an iPad and web browsers.

  • I am using the Android version of Sitewise. Can defined places be searched instead of drive-times or radii?

    Yes, predefined areas like states, cities, postal or zip codes may be looked up for demographics. While in the Sitewise app, press the menu key on your phone and then select the Predefined icon from the context menu. You may type the name of the place or region by typing in its proper name, or even just the initial letters of its proper name. For instance, you can find results for DC by entering “District of Columbia” or “District of” and selecting District of Columbia from the resulting list.