Retail

RETAIL

The retail industry is extremely diverse and competitive. Empowered consumers swiftly navigate between online and offline channels and have plenty of choice. To have an effective media strategy, you need to take external events into account and make sure your plan is aligned with your business targets.

“When you understand the effect of your campaign or channels, you can make better decisions.”

O/P has been working with clients in the retail industry for years. Our holistic and mature solution has modules for the retail industry which can be further modified to fit your specific needs. You can analyze Multi Touch Attribution (MTA) across all your channels (offline and online) and forecast the most effective media investment strategy in a few clicks.

INDUSTRY SOLUTIONS

UNIFIED MODEL

Our unified model links data from online and offline media to trace the source of conversions. This offers you insight into:

  • The effect of online media on online sales
  • The effect of online media on offline sales
  • The effect of offline media on online sales
  • The effect of offline media on offline sales

As Forester states in a recent marketing measurement report, “Current marketing organizational structures that isolate “traditional” and “digital” marketing as separate disciplines disregard the reality that all marketing contributes to a consumer’s purchase decision.” A unified approach is the way forward. Work with us to get a complete and transparent view of the effect of your campaigns, across channels, on total sales.

KPI FRAMEWORK

Having a unified view of your marketing activities gets you closer to an effective strategy, but the right KPI framework is just as crucial. We help you define a framework that includes your business characteristics and suits your company strategy. Using our tool, you can monitor the cooperation between your different media partners to improve efficiency.

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