of retailers consider it a high priority to improve the use of data by in-store teams to improve their performance.
Too much data kills the data
A store manager is overwhelmed by the data at his disposal. This data is not always relevant to the context of his store.
No time for analysis.
A store manager doesn't have the time to dig through the complex reports received to identify priority action levers.
A varied skill level.
The level of appetence and competence for data analysis is heterogeneous within the store network
is the virtual coach that helps store managers take the right initiatives at the right time to maximize their performance.
Connected to your sales data and equipped with powerful artificial intelligence algorithms, Kaptain Charlie detects and notifies each Store Manager daily of the areas on which he must act.
These recommendations are specific to each store and chosen according to its performance, the comparison with the performance of comparable stores and the strategic priorities established by the company at a given moment.
Field teams are overwhelmed by the data and information available to them without having the time to delve into in-depth analysis.
Thanks to a simple and intuitive interface, Kaptain Charlie guides the user in the identification of the cause of an underperformance by proposing suggestions of elements to analyze.
Store managers have no shortage of data, but some have great difficulty translating this data into action plans.
At the end of his guided diagnosis, Kaptain Charlie delivers immediately actionable advice to the Store Manager.
Any doubts? It is possible to share the analysis and advice received with your manager to discuss it.
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"Store managers have no shortage of numbers but have great difficulty using them to maximize performance."
- Alain, Manager in a supermarket chain
"Today, the reports that are produced only speak to 20% of our store managers. In fact, 80% of store managers fail to identify priority actions to drive."
- Lucie, Manager in a clothing company
"Regional managers spend an inordinate amount of time extracting data to make standardized reports more digestible and relevant to their store managers."
- Elias, Retail Director in a large company
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