Tyler Recovery Insights - Womply Data Premium

What is Womply Data Premium? 

Womply Data Premium is a module of Tyler Recovery Insights that allows users to track and analyze small business revenue, a critical signal of economic activity. This data is highly granular in terms of its ability to be broken down by census tract (neighborhood level), by industry (26 NAICS 2 digit codes), and through time (data is aggregated and refreshed data). This vital data, used by leading economists, is now available in aggregated form for state and local government executives and their staff so they can use that data to understand and track their economic activity. As a module of Tyler Recovery Insights, Womply Data Premium clients are able to explore the data as a metric within their dashboard and can intuitively track business revenues over time, broken down by industry, and geographically at the census tract level. The NAICS industry codes and census tract IDs facilitates joining with other datasets, including Census demographic data. Womply Data Premium clients are also able to export the data for internal sharing and for ad-hoc analysis. 

Why Use Womply Data Premium? 

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, state and local government leaders face unprecedented challenges in reviving their economies. In order to navigate their recovery and pinpoint economic recovery interventions to those areas most in need, state and local government leaders need granular, timely insights on the contours of economic activity in their jurisdiction. Womply Data Premium uniquely allows state and local government leaders to answer questions such as: 

  • How are small businesses revenues affected by the pandemic? What are small business revenues relative to a pre-pandemic baseline? 
  • How are different industries recovering? Are there particular industries that warrant public policy interventions to promote economic development? 
  • How does place affect economic recovery? Are there some neighborhoods that have suffered especially severe effects from the pandemic?

Who Uses Womply Data Premium 

State and local government executives, economic development departments, and their staffs are key users of Womply Data Premium. As a module in Tyler Recovery Insights, this data is pre-packaged to allow even the most non-technical audiences to derive value from the data. However, since the data is also available to be exported for ad-hoc analysis, more technical personas can join the dataset with other datasets for advanced analysis. Key personas include: 

  • Governor/Mayor/County Executives and their staff 
  • Policy director
  • Economic development director 
  • Chief Financial Officer 
  • Community development director 
  • Disaster recovery director 
  • Small business services director 

How do I obtain Womply Data Premium? 

Womply Data Premium is available for sale as a module to all Recovery Insights clients. Individuals interested in a free trial for 90 days should contact recovery_insights@tylertech.com to request an instance. 

Abridged data dictionary 

Column 

Description 

Data type 

Example 

Date 

Date of transactions (YYYY-MM-DD) 

Datetime 

1/1/20 

State 

State of business 

String 

CA 

County 

County of business 

String 

San Mateo County 

Zipcode 

Zipcode of the business 

Integer 

84043 

Census_tract 

Census tract ID of the businesses 

Integer 

12345678901 

NAICS 

The industry sector codes as defined by the North American Industry Classification System 

Integer 

451,120 

root_category 

Root category of the business 

String 

Food and Beverage Shops 

Num_Unique_CC 

Count of unique credit or debit cards making the transaction in the sample 

Integer 

123 

Merchants 

Number of transacting merchants in the sample 

Integer 

123 

Revenue 

Total daily credit and debit card revenue 

Integer 

$123  

yago_revenue 

Daily credit and debit card revenue from one year ago 

Integer 

$123  

yago_merchants 

Number of transacting merchants from one year ago in the sample 

Integer 

123 

 

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