Gain a real-time view of future shopper demand
What affects shopper behavior before they shop?
Prevedere helps retailers by monitoring external leading indicators that signal future changes in demand.
By incorporating external factors into the planning process, retailers can see upwards of 20% improvement in order fill rate by accurately predicting when shoppers will most likely buy.
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Prevedere Empowers Retail
Validate existing plans and strategies
By understanding future retail product demand 12, 18, even 24 months in the future, Prevedere’s Retail Solution can provide a benchmark to existing retail plans. With enough lead time and visibility to upcoming headwinds, retailers can work with agencies, manufacturers, finance, and distribution partners to turn a potential down season into a profitable one.
Get a holistic view of shopper behavior
Advertising, pricing, promotions, BOGOs, and coupons, can certainly influence shopper behavior. What happens when these tried-and-true tactics seem to be ineffective. Prevedere help’s retailers integrate external factors such as wages, sentiment, or income with performance analytics to gain a 360° view of the shopper and the retail industry in general.
Maximize ROI on marketing spend
Many retailers have to commit to advertising spend, gift with purchases campaigns, or media contracts over a year in advance. Prevedere’s Retail Solution can show when demand is weakest up to 24 months in the future. Armed with this insight, retailers can allocate marketing budget to the months and regions that need it most.