Identify the hot sales days at a glance

Some days are more reduced than others. Some stores reduce more than others. Some prefer to reduce evenly, others have promotion days when they reduce especially much, and then it’s back to business as usual. These are just a few reasons that make observing the sales periods of the various stores so exciting. All the better if you can get so much information easily at a glance.

That’s why we would like to introduce you to our Sales Map!

With the overview of our sales map you can see at first glance through the different color shades in which period much or little was reduced. The heat map highlights the period in which things were particularly hot. But of course this is still very general.

Mit dem Überblick unserer Sales Map erkennst du gleich auf dem ersten Blick durch die verschiedenen Farbnuancen, in welchem Zeitraum viel oder wenig reduziert wurde. Durch die Heatmap wird der Zeitraum hervorgehoben, an dem es besonders heiß herging. Aber das ist natürlich noch sehr allgemein.

Sales Map 1

To break it down in more detail, you just need to tick a box and you will find out more details about the selected period.

Um es genauer aufzuschlüsseln, muss man nur ein Kästchen anklicken, schon erfährt man weitere Details zu dem gewählten Zeitraum.

Sales Map 2

However, since this is not enough for us and we attach great importance to very detailed and accurate information, you can further specify everything with the filters. For example, you can filter by category, competitor, gender, or time period to get a heatmap for exactly this information.

Da uns das aber noch nicht reicht und wir einen großen Wert auf sehr detaillierte und genaue Informationen legen, kann man mit den Filtern alles noch weiter präzisieren. Hier kann man zum Beispiel nach Kategorien, Wettbewerber, Gender oder Zeitraum filtern und somit eine Heatmap für genau diese Angaben erhalten.

Sales Map 3

You can’t get much faster and more detailed information about your competitors’ sales activities. Would you like to have a look at the sales map of your competitors? Then arrange a demo and save yourself a lot of time and effort!

5 Questions for Maren

5 Questions for Maren

With Maren Tiemerding, we have a lot of sales power in the Picalike team again since August 3 💪. Maren is a graduate of the International Studies of Global Management at the University of Applied Sciences Bremen and will start her Master’s degree in Business Development at the HSBA in October. With her expertise in consulting and executive positions as well as her positive and natural nature, she is a real asset to our Marketing & Sales team.

To get to know her a little better, we asked Maren to answer these 5 questions:

5 Questions for Maren

Tell us something about yourself. Where did you grow up? What are your hobbies?

I grew up in a village with 500 inhabitants in the district of Vechta, which is located in Lower Saxony between Bremen and Osnabrück. Vechta is also known as a horse town and that’s how I got my first hobby. In the meantime I am no longer active in show jumping, but I still have my horse.

I came to Hamburg, or rather to Norderstedt, when I was 8 years old. To study, however, I ended up back in Bremen. Oh, and in between I was also in Thailand and Singapore studying and working.

CrossFit has meanwhile taken over the center of my free time. As crazy as it may sound, the feeling of lying on the floor after a hard workout is irreplaceable 😁 .

What about your new responsibilities are you most looking forward to?

I’m incredibly excited to see how picalike’s technology continues to develop. The team has so much energy. I think there’s still a lot of room for improvement.

Of my tasks, I am probably most looking forward to the discussions with our potential customers. I look forward to getting to know many different personalities and working with them to find the right support for their online store.

When you look back in six months, what do you hope to see?

Looking at smiling faces and not faces covered by our “new must-haves.”

Are you more of a home office or office type?

I guess I’m more of a mix type. I’m really thankful for the development that working in a home office is accepted. I think it’s great the way picalike has been doing it so far. We have a constant digital exchange, but see each other live 1-2 times a week. Especially for brainstorming new ideas I find the face-to-face exchange still very important.

What would be your favorite drink when meeting with colleagues after work and why?

Spontaneously, I would say a Diet Coke. I’m not a big alcohol drinker, because it just doesn’t taste good to me. But every now and then it may be a vino.

Well then, we would like to welcome you officially to the Picalingen and we hope that we can drink a Diet Coke or a delicious Vino together as soon as possible. 😊
Here’s to a good start!