Prosper Insights & Analytics has released the 2016 Customer Service Champions, marking the fourth year that consumers – in their own words – have honored retailers for service excellence.
Deborah Weinswig, a top-ranked global retail analyst who writes about retail and tech, recently authored “The ‘Recycling’ Of Department-Store Shoppers — And Why Amazon Could Gain From Macy’s Closures” for Forbes.com. In the article, Deborah uses unique consumer insights from
From Forbes on January 24, 2017: With Macy’s wrapping up the 2016 holiday season with yet another sub-par performance, it seems the beleaguered department store can sum up its shopper sentiment with one statement: to Amazon we shall go! According
From Forbes on May 16, 2016: Heading off its dismal report of a 3.9% same-store sales decline for Q1 2016, Kohl’s, the retail favorite of discount-loving shoppers nationwide, recently made a technological splash with the announcement that they were simplifying the
Updated to include video 11/20: Worthington, OH – 11/18/2014 Prosper Insights & Analytics, a leading provider of advanced business intelligence, released the Holiday 2014: Retailers to Watch at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer and Retail Conference today. Pam Goodfellow, principal analyst for
Prosper Insights & Analytics recently released the Holiday 2013 Retail Winners & Losers at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer and Retail Conference. Pam Goodfellow, principal analyst, presented a list of select retailers along with emerging holiday trends. For Morgan Stanley’s
Worthington, OH – November 19, 2013 Prosper Insights & Analytics, a leading provider of advanced business intelligence, released the Holiday 2013 Retail Winners & Losers at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer and Retail Conference today. Pam Goodfellow, principal analyst for the firm,
Why Macy’s may be missing out: Report By Althea Chang | Big Data Download – Mon, Sep 23, 2013 10:43 AM EDT Among shoppers who tend to leave Macy’s for Kohl’s when they’re shopping for women’s clothes, about 84 percent