A recent article published by advancingretail.org shared some interesting information about understanding shopper behavior at the shelf.
“Understanding true shopper behavior in the store has become the latest battlefield in the fast moving consumer goods industry,” the article states.
Citing studies that show an estimated 76% of purchase decisions are made in the store, the article goes on to suggest that adding even a single product to a small percentage of shopping trips could equate to significant increases in sales revenue.
Wondering if there’s a way to accomplish this?
According to the article, Shopperception, a company with locations in Delaware and Buenos Aires, offers a platform that is able to “digitize shopper behavior in much the same way marketers are able to understand shoppers’ behavior online.”
Apparently their platform uses three-dimensional sensors combined with sophisticated algorithms to generate the data.
Assuming the decision-making that will be based on the consumer preferences translated by this data is combined with high levels of customer service, could this be a win-win opportunity for shoppers and supermarkets alike?