Posts Tagged ‘KPI’

October 9, 2019

Let’s start with the basis: the kpis of physical stores

Knowing the most important metrics of a store is basic for a retailer: being able to quantify the real benefits of, for example, a marketing campaign or a new strategy in progress is the only way to realize the real situation of the your business, and to make appropriate decisions to improve it…

July 29, 2019

How to analyze the KPIs of a store

E-commerce is becoming more and more important: according to a study, 70% of consumers buy a product online at least once a month. This phenomenon, in addition to increasing the value of the average receipt for all online operations, has pushed up spending on the Internet, at the same time reducing sales from traditional stores…

June 20, 2019

Online vs Offline: the future of retail

Analyzing data related to customer interaction with your store is now almost an obbligation: it’s no longer possible to make strategic decisions without a report that shows the trend of the store and the KPIs to be kept under control to improve performance…

June 3, 2019

How to count people in a shopping centre?

88% of shopping mall customers ensure they are happier if they buy at the point of sale rather than online, according to the Cushman & Wakefield Happiness Report. The survey was conducted by the real estate consultancy firm on a sample of 4,918 people in 13 Spanish shopping centers…

April 17, 2019

How to analyze a store?

In an age where technology is leading and where the internet competes with physical commerce at every level, retailers must reinvent themselves if they don’t want to die.
The online world has led us to define new formats, create new experiences for the customer and invent new technologies to generate new metrics, new KPIs…

April 11, 2019

Main goals for a physical store

When we evaluate the management of stores, we often talk about five KPIs or key performance indicators: the total value of sales per hour, the average value of sales per customer (or the average ticket amount), the number of products per ticket, number of sales per seller and number of sales per square meter…