In today’s business environment, insights could and should be the most powerful tools you have – whatever business you’re in.

Nothing illustrates this better than CoreLogic’s record over the last 20 years of creating, aggregating and integrating geospatial and property data to support the operational function of telecommunication and utility businesses.  

CoreLogic works closely with customers to provide the data they need - when, where and how they need it. Our spatial and property data is used across several areas of these sectors, providing locational context to support the placement and management of assets and their proximity to local points of interest such as schools and other community services.  Our 360 degree view of a property includes a comprehensive record of attributes as well as any changes to that property over time. Updated frequently, these insights have a wide variety of real-world applications.

The potential for data to transform the way businesses in these sectors operate is immense, and CoreLogic can help to provide insight into the possibilities. Here is just a small selection of examples.

Managing access to your assets
For any company that has an existing network or is building new infrastructure, knowing who owns the land on which your assets  – whether gas lines, cables, or satellite towers – are located is incredibly valuable in the management of those assets. CoreLogic can provide data about what the property is worth, who owns the property and whether it is likely to be owner-occupied. This helps to ensure that when contact needs to be made with homeowners and tenants, it can be done as easily as possible. 

CoreLogic’s Property Monitor solution can also help businesses to meet their obligations and proactively manage communications when there are changes to land ownership or occupancy. Property Monitor provides alerts when a relevant property is sold or listed for rent, among other things. This allows telecommunication and utility businesses to contact new residents before they move into a home, or to make sure that real estate agents or buyers are informed of existing infrastructure assets on a property. From ensuring new occupants are aware of underground services before undertaking excavation work to planning maintenance work ahead of new residents moving, the applications are many. 

Managing risk
Data that supports risk identification and planning is of course also important to telecommunication and utility businesses. CoreLogic can provide detailed data on properties within proximity of risk areas; helping with planning for, and mitigating, those risks accordingly.  As an example, CoreLogic can provide the number, size and type of dwelling close to a risk area, as well as highlighting higher risk locations, such as schools and churches.

Given that floods are New Zealand’s number one hazard in terms of frequency, losses and declared civil defence emergencies, CoreLogic has recently expanded its product suite to include flood risk data. Providing a consistent and granular spatial view of flood risk throughout the country, this dataset enables the visualisation of where and how floods could affect plans for future infrastructure and access to current infrastructure, as well as impact services and communities. Having this insight can help organisations to better understand and prepare for potential flooding. 

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It certainly doesn’t end there. CoreLogic data, in addition to serving as a benchmark for the industry, has a multitude of other applications. There is a wealth of information and services we can provide to support your websites and applications; to aid your customer service teams, BI specialists and marketing gurus.

Whether that’s confirming a correct address or identifying changes in the state of ownership, our data and insights can give you confidence in your decision-making and support your business processes.