Profitero provides brick & mortar and online retailers with an online insights and eCommerce intelligence platform to monitor their competitors' prices, promotions and full product assortment information. The company also offers online insights to enhance their online sales and market positioning. Key online metrics include share of online shelf, share of voice, pricing, brand price monitoring and new product monitoring, in any country and from any online or multichannel retailer, updated every day. Profitero’s proprietary technology also estimates daily sales for products sold on Amazon, allowing brands to measure market share growth and size category opportunities for future investment. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.On May 3rd, 2022, Profitero was acquired by Publicis Groupe million.
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Sep 6, 2022
Tools for Data-driven Ecommerce Decisions Trending Given a choice, business leaders would rather make data-driven decisions about campaigns, products, and operations than rely on anecdotal customer information or intuition. This fact is giving rise to new data tools for ecommerce operators. Case in point, Cart.com. This ecommerce data visualization and analytics firm had raised more than $380 million in funding from its inception in November 2020 to March 2022. Perhaps recognizing the gap in the ecommerce software market, investors were eager to give money to the company. The funds allowed Cart.com to make eight acquisitions in less than two years. The company will likely build a platform to unify data collection and provide the insights necessary for data-driven decision-making. To be sure, Cart.com is not the only option. However, its rapid growth indicates just how acute the data problem is for some ecommerce companies. Cart.com launched as a data visualization and analytics firm. Problem Too often, business owners and leaders find themselves in one of two data dilemmas: the sea of information or the desert of no data. Companies swimming in information are collecting data from numerous sources. They may have Google Analytics, cohort analysis from Lifetimely, ecommerce sales info, and ad performance data from Google Ads, YouTube, and more. Additionally, they might have a net promotor score to consider and offline data. The problem is understanding how this disparate data works together to impact the business, as these companies are drowning in waves of metrics and KPIs. On the other end of the spectrum are companies starving for data. They lack accurate performance metrics or do not have sufficient models to understand and make decisions. As such, they wouldn’t know which campaigns drive sales or which products produce a profit. Competition The need to compete in a changing market exacerbates the data problem. Product sales were easier when ecommerce was new. But it’s now significantly more difficult. “We see now that large brands such as Procter & Gamble Company and Unilever are investing in sophisticated analytics to win on ecommerce. We see ecommerce and data analytics teams starting to grow at a great scale as they recognize the huge opportunity,” said Mike Black, the chief marketing officer at ecommerce analytics and intelligence firm, Profitero, during a May 2021 interview. While this might be good news for the large brands Black describes, it is not so for many ecommerce businesses unable to invest in their own data analysis and growth teams. Solving for Data The ecommerce data intelligence gap, if you will, can be solved in a few ways. First, many data intelligence tools are available, including from Cart.com and Profitero. Businesses with the available funds could invest in these or similar providers. Second, expect ecommerce platforms to improve data analysis capabilities. Cart.com is also an ecommerce platform. One of the benefits of using its storefront service is its relationship to its data analytics platform. Third, develop a data plan. Sometimes being in the sea of information or the desert of no data results from not knowing what should be measured and why. Here, a business can focus on its most crucial current need. For example, a new ecommerce business might want to know the source of its customers. It could concentrate its data needs on just that. Another ecommerce business, perhaps further along in its growth, might want to know which channels — ads, organic search, affiliate, email newsletters — produce the most valuable customers. Do the folks arriving from an affiliate link spend more than those who click an ad or vice versa? A mature ecommerce company might develop a KPI scorecard with just a handful of metrics, such as: Percent of traffic from first-time visitors, Conversion rate, Take Away As competition increases, which it almost always does, data-driven business insights can be a key competitive advantage. Ecommerce companies can use emerging software services or disciplined focus to employ data intelligence.
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Profitero Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Profitero founded?
Profitero was founded in 2010.
Where is Profitero's headquarters?
Profitero's headquarters is located at 33 Arch St, Boston.
What is Profitero's latest funding round?
Profitero's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Profitero raise?
Profitero raised a total of $29M.
Who are the investors of Profitero?
Investors of Profitero include Publicis Groupe, Scaleworks, Conviction Capital, Polaris Partners and Delta Partners.
Who are Profitero's competitors?
Competitors of Profitero include Salsify, Noogata, Productsup, CommerceIQ, DataHawk and 11 more.
What products does Profitero offer?
Profitero's products include Digital Shelf 360° and 2 more.
Who are Profitero's customers?
Customers of Profitero include Master Lock, Bayer, SmartyPants Vitamins, Jacobs Douwe Egberts and Henkel.
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