On-Demand Webinar

Countdown Supermarket: Enabling Actionable Insights

Business intelligence norms are evolving across the retail industry, and leading retailers are prioritizing analytics initiatives. More retail and consumer goods companies are opening up their data to executives and front-line employees. As a result, the call for faster, simpler, and mobile friendly tools is growing.

Attend this webinar to hear how Countdown Supermarkets utilize Tableau to:

  • Provide the structure, tools, training and data environment to equip Countdown’s departments to be better informed than the competitors
  • Increasing the efficiency of data receipt to insight cycle
  • Increase the accuracy of data services. Resulting in a reduction of change requests by more than 80% over the next two years.

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About Countdown Supermarket
Countdown is New Zealand's leading supermarket brand and subsidiary of Australia's Woolworths Limited. With 184 supermarkets across New Zealand supported by 18,000 team members, Countdown gives their customers a choice of more than 20,000 different products in each of their stores. Behind the scenes, Countdown in-store teams are supported by four dry grocery distribution centres, three fresh produce distribution centres, two meat processing plants, one seafood processing plant and a central support office.

About the speaker


Daniel Peach

Insights Manager, Countdown Supermarkets

Dan has over 15 years of experience in analysing large data sets and translating these into customer-centric services and products that deliver great business results.
At Countdown, Dan leads a talented team of Insight Analysts who deliver reporting and services on a daily basis to enable informed decisions. The team delivers services that enable action, specifically around Trading, Customer Buyergraphics, In-store Operations, Logistics as well as occasionally delivering insights to Finance and Online departments.

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