After going into a global pandemic, and shoppers turned to online consumption, it resulted in large vast amounts of data with respect to processing and analyzing consumer shopping insights. We want to learn to be able to properly manage and understand the meanings and insights behind these kinds of data.
What we see in these situations results in a lot of unstructured data, which can be very difficult to manage and understand the meanings of. Once we can articulate the explanations behind these data, it will prove very valuable.
A whole new world of possibilities is unleashed when this unstructured data is brought to life:
1. Analyze customer reviews and find keywords that provide clues to the problem as to why a product or service isn’t selling effectively.
2. Drive sustainability strategies throughout the supply chain and operations. Having the proper data to power analytics, AI/ML, and blockchain may all help make better decisions and achieve your sustainability objectives.
3. Find out what your consumers truly think about your company so you can deal with issues promptly and effectively before they can get out of hand.
4. Using greater awareness of customer behavior and the difficulties faced by each department enables faster decision-making across the company.
5. Determine the most successful (and unsuccessful) marketing campaigns, allowing you to focus your resources on what truly works.
6. Increase client acquisition and loyalty by using data and insights to create ultra-personalized experiences when and where they matter.
7. Identify bottlenecks and process failures, as well as the movement of products inside stores and in transit, to improve the supply chain and operations.
8. Detect and prevent fraud, such as the use of stolen credit cards or in-store compensation for stolen but not purchased merchandise.
9. Make pricing competitive and dynamic by using real-time data from competitors’ websites, for example.
10. Despite large seasonal swings and ever-changing customer preferences, more precisely estimate demand and sales volume.
The influx of online shoppers and consumers has complicated the world of shopping and businesses being able to serve and provide for their consumers. With the addition of utilizing data analytic strategies, businesses are able to fully optimize what they put out.