Tag: Retail Audit


RW3 Ports Data Directly to Field Sales & Marketing Agencies to Boost On-Shelf Availability

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (8/10/2017) RW3 Ports Directly to Field Sales & Marketing Agencies to Boost OSA CPG retail audits are sent directly to third party field reps through RW3’s MarketCheck App Austin, Texas: Using RW3 Technologies’ retail field audit application MarketCheck (MC), Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Companies can now send follow-ups of in-store issues directly to their third party sales

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RAO: Retail Activity Optimization or a Really Awesome Opportunity

It’s Not Luck! It’s Innovation Executing at retail is paramount to the success of any brand. The more stores a rep can visit and perform daily retail activities the better but with a finite hours in a week a rep needs to know where to go and what do before they start their sales calls each day. A well thought out data strategy can be the

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CGT Sales and Marketing Summit Answer Key

The 2016 GT Sales and Marketing Summit is one of our favorite annual events as it brings together some of the most progressive thinkers in the industry. As a sponsor for the CGT summit once again we decided to have a little fun with our advertising. If you have a moment be sure to pick up the June  issue of

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Data Integrated Retail Audit and CPG Sales Force Apps

In the era of big data, it is essential to utilize the multitude of data sources available to improve your impact at retail. Data can reveal insights such as your retail team’s effectiveness at key accounts or show which accounts need immediate attention but you need the adequate technology to do so. The InStore Execution Suite provides CPG manufacturers with a unique advantage

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Why Today’s Retail Audits Are Broken

Why Today’s Retail Audits Are Broken It all starts with the technology, many CPG teams are using standard data collection applications that work great for short, concise surveys but when it comes to the complex world of CPG retail execution they fall short and to be honest it’s not their fault. There is just too much data, too many accounts, and

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