Retail Tracking

Make the most informed business decisions with point-of-sale (POS) data to understand what products sell across department stores, specialty stores, and national chains. Weekly data enables you to closely monitor performance—faster—to improve business results.

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Checkout Omnichannel Tracking

Leveraging an omnichannel panel of 150,000 consumers, our Checkout service provides the total picture of what’s happening online and in stores and how that’s changing over time.

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Retail Collaboration Products and Services

Retailer-centric design drives the products, and services across multiple categories and departments to give you the view you need for your operation. Custom hierarchies, segmentation, geographics, industry expertise and advisory services deliver retailer-specific solutions.

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Consumer Tracking

Want to know where people shop, what they buy, how much they pay, the key reasons for their purchases, and how this is changing over time? The 8 million nationally-representative interviews we conduct each year enable us to measure consumers’ purchasing behavior and key attitudes across key retailers and channels (e.g. brick and mortar, online) …

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Account Level Reports

Compare specific retailers with the rest-of-market to develop sales and marketing strategies that promote growth at those retailers. Our store-level data feeds report performance at an account level, enabling enhanced collaboration between manufacturers and retailers.

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Store-Level Enabled Retail Tracking

Get a more meaningful read on where—and how fast—products are selling, based on sales volume instead of store count alone. With store-level data feeds directly from retailers, you can measure velocity to monitor sales by retailer, region, or territory.

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Prescriptive Analytics

Pricing Analytics

Our suite of Pricing Analytics provides historical evaluations of pricing and promotional events along with forward looking simulation capabilities to help shape strategy.

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Checkout Buyer Analytics

Buyer Analytics provide self-service Essentials or advanced solutions, so you can see online, in-store, and omnichannel opportunities. Dig deeper into your most valuable customer, brand loyalty, brand leakage/lift, and brand launches.

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Analytic Reporting for POS Store Level Data

When you’re looking for opportunities to increase market share, grow sales territories, and localize assortment, its critical to view data through your own business lens to inform your decision-making and investments. Our Analytic Reporting provides deep dives into our Point-of-Sale Store-Level data so you can capitalize on the right opportunity, in the right place, at the right time.

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Driving Apparel’s Growth Through Retail Channel Shifts

Fueled by the pandemic, the U.S. apparel retail landscape has been redefined by channel shifts and changing consumer behaviors. Our latest report focuses on key questions such as:

  • How has the apparel retail landscape shifted since 2019?
  • Has the mass channel retained the spend it gained during the pandemic?
  • What is the future of online apparel shopping?

Evolution of Entertainment Report

Get a holistic view of leisure time and explore how often U.S. consumers are engaging in entertainment activities, why behaviors are changing, and the factors that contribute to those changes. Use this report to monitor entertainment industry trends and identify how consumers prioritize spending through segmented activity profiles. See how various demographic audiences engage with entertainment, in terms of time and spending, and identify the brands that resonate most with your target markets.

Industry Expertise

“The apparel industry is being challenged to respond to the latest changes being driven by the broader consumer and retail environment. The future of the apparel business depends on manufacturers and retailers refocusing on the current needs of each critical consumer segment.”