This new app called the Data Visualizer is coming soon to the iOS and Android apps, and it’s going to be a big deal for those of us who work in the retail space.

It’s basically a Google Maps-like app that will give you all sorts of data about your store, your employees, and your customers.

There are two ways to use it: 1) you can track employees, sales, and customer behavior with a simple click on your store’s logo or on your website’s banner.

You can also use the Data Analyzer to find hidden data like hidden taxes and hidden costs.

You’ll be able to see how much revenue your store is generating, and how many customers come in. 2) The Data Visualiser can be used to track customer behavior in stores by looking at your store dashboard, including employee demographics, customer feedback, and even sales and revenue.

The Data Analyizer is available for free on iOS and Google Play, and the app will be available for $1.99 in the Google Play store.

Here’s how to use the app to track employee demographics.

When you open the app, the first thing you’ll see is the employee demographics section.

It shows how many employees are working at your stores, how many of them are employees of the same company, and so on.

To open the Employee Data Analyzor, click the button that says Employee Data.

Then, click on the Employee tab.

Here, you’ll find your employee demographics: Age, Gender, Race, Ethnicity, Education, and Job title.

Click on the bar at the bottom of the page to open the Data Viewer.

In the Data viewer, you can see how many people are working in your store.

The first two rows of data are the employee names and the last two rows are the company names.

In addition, you have the data about what kind of employees are in each of your stores.

The data is displayed in an alphabetical order, so you can type in a name, company, or product name to find out who is working at the store.

There’s a tab on the left side of the data that shows how much money your store generates.

This tab is broken down into two columns, which show your total revenue, total cost, and total sales.

The number on the right side of each column shows the percentage of the total sales you earn, which is the total amount of money you earn.

The next two rows show the average revenue per employee, and you can click on each employee to see the total cost per employee.

If you want to see your employees pay taxes, you need to click on that column.

Clicking on that number shows how that employee’s total income is divided among the employees in the company.

The last two columns are the total revenue per person per year.

The total revenue column shows how the company is doing in total revenue every year.

To add this information to your business report, you click on a column heading and click on Add data.

You will then get a data visualization tool that shows all of your employees at your business.

The tool lets you see how long they work, how much their salaries are, how long their contracts are, and other data.

The chart below shows the data visualization for each employee: The number of employees at each of our stores is displayed as a bar on the top row of the chart.

On the left, you see the number of people at each store, and on the bottom, you get their total number of hours worked per week.

The column at the top of the bar is the Total Number of Employees.

On each column, the column headers are divided by the number displayed.

For example, the Column 1 column shows that the number is 6.

The Column 1 header shows the total number employees, as a percentage of employees.

The columns headers are broken down by the employee’s gender, race, ethnicity, and education.

The two columns on the far left of the graph are the Total Cost and Total Sales.

In these two columns you see your total cost of labor per employee per week, and in Column 3, you will see the amount of profit the company makes on sales per employee each week.

When the number on Column 3 is 10, the total gross profit per employee is $10.

The numbers on Column 4 and 5 are the average profit per hour per employee every week.

For more information on this tool, see our Data Visualization article for Apple Store Data.

Here are some things to keep in mind when using this tool: You don’t have to use all the data you collect with this tool.

Some of the employees that you collect will be using a different product, for example, if you have a software sales company that works with customers, then they might be using different software than you.

In that case, you should use a different data visualization to track that information.

The average employee age and gender is a useful indicator of how the average employee is using the