Building Data Competency: POS Data
Building Data Competency: POS Data
Building Data Competency: POS Data
$59.00

Building Data Competency: POS Data

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Learning Objectives

  • Define retail POS data and explain the different sources of this data;

  • Calculate shelf capacity, comp stores, gross margin, markup, initial markup, markdown, margin;

  • Describe the uses and watch outs for POS Data;

  • Explain how POS data can be used for shopper insights; and

  • Leverage POS data to identify and explore business opportunities. 

Course Overview

Participants get an in-depth look at retail POS data, including retailer and third party scanned sales data. They will learn how it is derived, and understand key measures and definitions that relate to POS data. Trends, out of stocks, sales and profitability, distribution and shopper insights will be reviewed in retail POS data, so that participants learn how to maximize its potential. This includes calculations like Calculate shelf capacity, comp stores, gross margin, markup, initial markup, markdown, and margin.

Purchase Options

Training Course Package, $125
  • 30-day Access via CMKG's Online Training and Resource Center. Desktop, Laptop and Mobile Device compatible. 
  • Hands-On Workshops
  • Downloadable Notes & Reference Guide
  • Knowledge Checks
  • Course Test
Training Course Videos Only, $59
  • 30-day Access via CMKG's Online Training and Resource Center. 
  • Knowledge Checks

 

This accredited category management training course for retailers and manufacturers qualifies for for the Certified Professional Category Analyst (CPCA), Certified Professional Category Manager (CPCM), and Certified Professional Strategic Advisor (CPSA) training requirements.  

*CMKG's Online Training and Resource Center includes many resources you can use in your day to day: a Resource Library with whitepapers, articles, tips and tricks, e-books and more; a dynamic Industry Glossary with >300 terms, each with a definition, formulas and links to other related descriptions; and 6 Student Webinars per year in topics suggested / chosen by students.