A correlation matrix is a powerful tool for understanding relationships between the categories visited in our stores. In brick-and-mortars, it can be used to identify opportunities for cross-selling products and optimize the location of our secondary touchpoints. The time variable is an important part of the correlation matrix. It can help you to understand how different stops interact over time and to identify trends that may be useful for your store.
One of our tools became pretty popular during this calendar year. Almost 70 Clients have already installed Digital Flow. This is our latest tool which
Items within a store do not exist within a vacuum. There are correlations both subtle and overt between various products within a section but also
It is undeniable that the job of a Category Manager is essential for the correct functioning of a grocery store. Our goal in this post
Having the right information is essential when it comes to planning and decision-making in our stores. Relying on sales figures can be a starting point
When it comes to getting a promotional campaign right, nothing is more important than having the right information. This is where in-store analytics come into
Having access to an analytic tool and making full use of it can sometimes be two very different things. In our previous post, we talked about
Understanding that there is a need for in-store analysis of a shoppers’ behavior is the first step in getting this critical information but next comes the actual acquisition of the needed data. Here there are a few methods to employ, starting low tech-based solution to more sophisticated options.