Worthington, Ohio—9/13/2016—Prosper Insights & Analytics™ has launched the E-Commerce Preference Index which is part of Prosper’s Digital Shopper InsightCenter™. A recent analysis of the index suggests that while Macy’s has committed to doing more online, preference is down year-over-year for Macys.com (-15%). Target, another retailer who has ramped up their digital game, is also experiencing performance issues (relatively flat YOY at -1%). On the other hand, Kohls.com has seen a slight uptick in website loyalty since 2015 (+2%). Continue reading
From Forbes on August 12, 2016:
The recent record-setting acquisition of e-commerce start-up Jet.com has certainly given Wal-Mart Stores its fair share of headlines lately. The deal, which is still subject to regulatory approval, has been heralded as Wal-Mart’s strike back at rival Amazon.com and a jolt to the discounter’s standing in the digital retail arena, vis-à-vis Jet.com’s innovative Smart Cart technology as well as it’s potentially lucrative base of younger (read: Millennial) and more affluent shoppers. However, recent analysis of consumer data collected by Prosper Insights & Analytics suggests that Walmart.com is struggling with deeper, core customer issues that the Jet.com buyout isn’t likely to fix. Continue reading
From Forbes on April 27, 2016:
Retailers have become very adept at mining customer transaction files looking for some obscure data point that may help them become more knowledgeable about their customers. However, hidden from these instore shopper analytics are all of the transactions their customers make outside their stores with competitors.
In the recent past, cross shopping was consistent across peers and oftentimes varied by department or customer segment. Some loyal shoppers prefer a certain store for women’s apparel but are more delighted by a competitor for children’s clothing purchases. It may have been a zero sum market but it was, for the most part, pretty consistent and much easier to project. Not so in today’s digitally disrupted market with thousands of online competitors, many not even on the big brick and mortar retailers’ radar screens, each vying for a piece of a store’s shopper’s wallet.
Of course, the biggest and baddest of these is the one everyone knows: Amazon. Continue reading…
New infographic from ProsperChina highlights top apparel destinations and compares their Net Promoter Scores. It also provides the latest insights regarding Chinese consumers’ feelings about fashion and their country of origin preferences for branded apparel.
Worthington, OH – 1/28/2015
ProsperChina™ has released the latest Consumer Snapshot Infographic, available in both English and Chinese, to provide global marketers with a better understanding of Chinese Consumers. The infographic uses information from the newly released Q4 ProsperChina Quarterly Survey which is the largest, ongoing survey of its kind in China. This unique infographic includes the top five destinations for apparel in China as reported by Chinese consumers, along with their respective Net Promoter Scores* (NPS) and how the ratings compare to the overall average. It also uncovers country of origin preferences for clothing (including China, U.S., Europe, Japan and Korea) for Chinese consumers and highlights feelings about fashion. Continue reading