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Retail & Leisure

Data-driven insights for Retail

Data analytics unlocks new levels of visibility and insights for retailers.

Data-driven decisions that are fast, accurate, and innovative.

Today's consumers are complex and diverse, with a wide range of preferences and expectations. This competitive retail environment demands that retailers understand and respond to consumer preferences faster, more accurately, and in new ways. Overall, data analytics can provide valuable insights and help retailers optimise their operations, improve customer experiences, and increase profitability.
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Delivering value through data automation

Retail data analytics is critical in today's highly competitive retail environment. By leveraging data insights, retailers can make informed decisions about their businesses, improve their operations, and drive revenue growth. It allows retailers to stay ahead of trends, meet customer demands, and increase profitability. 

And now, data automation is revolutionising analytics in the retail industry by streamlining the data collection and analysis process, reducing the time and effort required to derive insights from data.

Real-time data collection
With the help of automated tools, retailers can collect data in real-time from multiple sources, such as point-of-sale systems, social media, and customer feedback. This enables them to respond quickly to changes in customer behavior and market trends.
Faster data processing

Automated data processing tools can quickly analyse large volumes of data and provide insights in real-time. This allows retailers to make data-driven decisions quickly and stay ahead of their competitors.

Improved accuracy
Automated data processes are less prone to errors than manual data processing, leading to more accurate insights. This enables retailers to make more informed decisions that are based on reliable data.
Data analytics solutions can analyse customer data in real-time to provide personalised recommendations and offers. This helps retailers improve customer experiences and build loyalty.
Cost savings
Automated data analytics can reduce the cost of data processing and analysis, as they require fewer resources than manual data processing. This enables retailers to invest in other areas of their business and stay competitive.

Delivering best practices for data-driven Inventory Analytics

The ability to manage real-time and accurate inventory and automating key business processes - once considered a revolutionary development for achieving speed and accuracy in ecommerce - is key to remaining competitive and meeting consumers' on-demand expectations, whatever the industry.
Data Analytics Services

How we're leveraging our knowledge in the retail and leisure sector

Sales Analytics

Track sales performance and identify trends and patterns. This optimises retail pricing, promotions, and marketing strategies to drive revenue growth.

Customer Analytics

Dive deep into customer behavior and preferences, demographics and geo-location. Tailor products and services to meet customer needs, improve customer experiences, and increase loyalty.

Inventory Analytics

Meet customer demand, maintain brand reputation, and maximise revenue. Operate efficiently, reduce waste, and make informed decisions about production and pricing.

Marketing Analytics

Measure the effectiveness of marketing campaigns and channels. Make data-driven decisions about marketing strategies and investments.

Operations Analytics

Optimise supply chain and logistics operations. Reduce costs, improve efficiency, and improve the overall customer experience.

Retail Analytics Case Studies

Peter Griffiths

Co-Founder & CEO
Peter is the co-founder and CEO of Calimere Point and has been with the firm since its inception in 2009. Prior to founding Calimere Point he spent the first 15 years of his career in Investment Banking, working within trading, structuring and risk management disciplines across a number of asset classes. Peter has a Masters in Finance from London Business School, a BSc in Economics and Finance from Oxford Brookes University and is a qualified accountant (CIMA qualification).

Dominique Nelson-Esch

Chief Marketing Officer

Dominique is a multi-disciplinary visual designer, communications and brand strategist, with a two-decade journey in collaborating with startups and SMEs. Her portfolio includes consulting for over 100 businesses globally, where she managed branding, design, and digital communications.

Dominique’s extensive background in financial services equips her with a nuanced understanding of our industry landscape, including 14 years in financial services, holding key roles such as Head of Portfolio Risk Audit and Niche Portfolio Management for major Insurers.

In her current role as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Calimere Point, Dominique focuses on strategically positioning and promoting the firm. Her goal is to enhance brand awareness and establish market leadership through innovative marketing strategies that highlight Calimere Point’s expertise in delivering impactful data-driven solutions.