Saving time and exhaustiveness
In a context where the publication of local public documentation is booming, Explain automates the collection and processing of all publications from local authorities, public administrations and local newspapers. No need to spend hours on the city halls' websites: relevant local information comes to you, effortlessly.
You are clear about the stages of development of competing projects and the opinions of the elected officials. This allows you to measure the risks and opportunities in each area in order to prioritize them.
Urbanism documents, local press articles, speeches by an elected official... Weak signs of opportunity make you more responsive and relevant in your interactions with local authorities.
You know how the technical and environmental issues have been managed on other local projects. By addressing these constraints from the start, you favor the acceptance of your project.
The expected result is already there. We have collaborators who have very different uses of the Explain software, but all of them use it.
The mass of relevant information is much greater than before. The deliberations of local authorities make it possible to identify opportunities and to monitor the climate of our projects in our territories.
1st hyperlocal database
Press titles: all the regional daily press and local economic press
Editions: web and paper
How much: 100% of prefectures and MRae scanned
Types of documents: MRae notice, notice of the opening of a public investigation, public investigation files, prefectural orders
How many: 100% of municipalities and EPCI scanned, i.e. 23K having a site
Types of documents: deliberations, municipal council reports, urban planning documents, local gazettes
Completeness: all elected officials are referenced there (+840K elected officials)
Format: Sheet by elected officials and prefects with the history of their positions
Update every 6 months and in case of election
Skills: Energy, Waste, Water and Sanitation, Planning Schemes, Telecom, Roads
Type of documents: deliberations, budget guidance documents, annual reports
Today, teams of project managers use the software on a daily basis. First of all, it allows us to follow political movements in the territories we cover.
We are also alerted to changes in urban planning documents and new AO and AMI that are launched in our territories, on themes that concern us.
And finally for our competitive intelligence: it allows us to have an eye on the new projects that will be built in our award sectors.
Articles, webinars, white papers