If not for the retail industry, our organization simply would not exist. Intalytics has been a proud partner to leading retailers throughout our history, and we consider retail to be at the very core of who we are as an organization. The retail industry has historically led the way with respect to integrating customer analytics into everyday decision-making, and we at Intalytics take pride in leading the predictive analytics industry as subject matter experts in both the real estate and marketing arenas.

Our background working with and in support of retailers has led to the evolution of many of our analytical methodologies – from how we define store trade areas and develop customer profiles, to how we quantify the impacts that both competitors and site characteristics have on store performance. Members of the Intalytics team conduct fielded sales forecasts on behalf of retail clients each and every week, evaluating the merits of site-specific opportunities while gaining invaluable knowledge about emerging trade areas and shopping center performance. The e-commerce revolution has led to shifts in how consumers interact with retailers, and we support clients seeking insights into the interplay between online sales and brick and mortar performance. Through a combination of known customer data, household-level datasets, and Massive Mobile Data, robust marketing analytics can assist your organization as you seek to acquire new customers while growing share of wallet with existing customers.

With hundreds of years of combined experience supporting retail operators, no firm is better positioned to serve as your predictive analytics partner.

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