Making every purchase count
Solve retail challenges using the power of analyticsTuesday 31 July 2018
Analytics helps us answer a retailer’s toughest questions, especially when multiple factors – such as price, SKU mix, and promotions – have to be addressed together.
We have a world-class Analytics team who use a mix of proprietary tools and bespoke, human-led analyses to support strategic decision making.
This insight gives an introduction to how we approach some of the tough questions we’re helping our clients answer, including pricing, location planning, space allocation, workforce optimisation, and marketing effectiveness – as well as how to build ongoing analytics capability within an organisation.
- James Walker, Partner and Global Head of Analytics
- David Zdravkovic, Associate Partner and Head of Analytics
- Matt Coode, Partner
Putting analytics to work
Big Data and Advanced Analytics have been 'hot' topics for some time now. It has become clear that the most successful companies spend more on advanced analytics and, as a result, outperform their peers
Placing the right bets
Retailers have a variety of levers at their disposal to drive commercial performance – from price and promotions to range and space
Go figure workforce analytics
Lots has been written about Amazon Go and reinventing grocery, Wholefoods, and addressing perceived customer pain points. And yet if you talk to big retailers in the UK their #1 concern is labour cost, coming huge labour cost inflation, and poor labour productivity
Data analytics starts with the C-Suite
Data and analytics is very much the hot topic of the moment. Transport for London recently announced plans to generate £322m in revenue from collecting and selling data about passengers who used Wi-Fi in stations
Price elasticity’s credibility has been stretched!
Inc's headline this month said it all! "Apple's Outrageous iPhone 8 Price Could Be the Beginning of the End." Pricing, and price decisions are back in the news. Apple stock rose, and there were a lot of analysts on TV claiming to understand price elasticity