HOMEPREZZO CASE STUDY
DiJONES Real Estate
DiJONES is a premium real estate agency operating across the Eastern Suburbs, North Shore, Inner West, Lower North Shore and Northern Suburbs of Sydney. It also has prestige country offices in the Southern Highlands of NSW.
THE PROBLEM THAT NEEDED SOLVING
Each quarter, DiJONES produces a market report for its agents. The reports include information about the agent, the market performance of their suburbs they sold into and unique insights about where buyers were coming from derived from a proprietory DiJONES dataset.
These reports were being created by the DiJONES marketing team with the assistance of their offshore team. It was taking nearly an entire quarter to manually compile the reports.
- Could HomePrezzo create the reports more quickly?
- Could HomePrezzo automate the insertion of data into the reports even from multiple datasets?
- Could HomePrezzo meet the strict presentation standards of the prestige DiJONES brand which included automated text, photos, graphs, charts and tables of data that needed to be changed for each report individually.
WHAT HOMEPREZZO DELIVERED
HomePrezzo was able to use the existing design of the DiJONES reports and automate the content delivery so that 50 up-to-date reports including the unique data for each agent can now be created in a morning, rather than months.
We did this by mapping the existing DiJONES reports to the CoreLogic API for suburb market data, connecting a CSV file of their unique market insights, and by creating a datamap of the agents, their suburbs and data requirements.
We helped the DiJONES team by compiling information needed for the reports from existing collateral they had online minimising the setup time for the in-house team.
After two days of testing and proofing the templates, the final versions of the reports were run out in just under an hour.
Future editions of the reports are expected to take just two hours including data checking, run out and distribution, allowing DiJONES the option of running reports for more agents, and/or running reports more frequently than their current quarterly timeframe.
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