The impact of e-commerce on retail demands your attention. Checkout provides clients with unparalleled visibility into the e-commerce channel that no other solution can provide, with key sales tracking metrics to help you adjust your marketing to fuel growth.

Checkout E-commerce Tracking measures the entire e-commerce retail landscape, with more than 600 retailers including Amazon, Walmart, direct-to-consumer entities, top industry-specific retailers, and emerging players.

Based on information from receipts provided by over 3 million consumers through NPD’s partnership with Slice Intelligence, Checkout E-commerce Tracking delivers detailed category views in standard industry hierarchy, with comprehensive feature coding. Dashboards and exportable data tables allow you to track unit volume and share, dollar volume and share, and average price, across industry and sub-category. Clients can also count on a stable trend, backed by a static panel with alignment and benchmarking to NPD’s POS and Consumer data sets. Beyond the data, we offer industry expertise and insight on how to win in e-commerce.


Are you properly equipped to win in e-commerce? Contact us today to learn more on how to get the data and insights you need to win.

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