Retail Analytics (SAS) (Wiley and SAS Business #45) (Hardcover)

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Retail Analytics (SAS) (Wiley and SAS Business #45) (Hardcover)

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The inside scoop on boosting sales through spot-on analytics

Retailers collect a huge amount of data, but don't know what to do with it. Retail Analytics not only provides a broad understanding of retail, but also shows how to put accumulated data to optimal use. Each chapter covers a different focus of the retail environment, from retail basics and organization structures to common retail database designs. Packed with case studies and examples, this book insightfully reveals how you can begin using your business data as a strategic advantage.

  • Helps retailers and analysts to use analytics to sell more merchandise
  • Provides fact-based analytic strategies that can be replicated with the same success the author achieved on a global level
  • Reveals how retailers can begin using their data as a strategic advantage
  • Includes examples from many retail departments illustrating successful use of data and analytics

Analytics is the wave of the future. Put your data to strategic use with the proven guidance found in Retail Analytics.

EMMETT COX is Senior Vice President of Consumer and Business Intelligence at BBVA Compass Bank, where he uses his retail experience in the development of strategic-based consumer programs. He has also worked for Walmart Financial Services, GE Money Global, and Kmart. He has lectured in many CRM and marketing conferences and seminars, including the Paris Loyalty Forum, Czech Republic Loyalty Management, ACNielsen Category Management, Spectra Marketing and Intelligent Targeting, Teradata NCR Partners, and others in the United States; Coolum, Australia; and Vienna, Austria.
Product Details ISBN: 9781118099841
ISBN-10: 1118099842
Publisher: Wiley
Publication Date: October 18th, 2011
Pages: 176
Language: English
Series: Wiley and SAS Business