Footfall analytics for wholesalers: Sysco Vs. US foods
Thursday, November 11, 2021
Location intelligence and footfall analytics can be valuable tools for wholesale distributors to maximize their revenue, optimize their processes and choose the best distribution routes for their pickup and last-mile delivery processes.
The correlation between foot traffic patterns, visitation, sales, and the success of wholesale food distribution companies has been studied and proven, so the development of this type of analysis has become a priority in the process of site selection, supply chain process optimization, and expansion modeling.

Case Study: Sysco Vs. US foods, Phoenix, Arizona, USA

At PREDIK Data-Driven we conducted a detailed study of two leading food distributor franchises in the restaurant industry in the state of Arizona, USA: Sysco and US foods, both located in the city of Phoenix.



In this case study, we analyzed the mobility patterns and foot traffic in and out of both establishments and their distribution centers, in order to understand the behavioral patterns of consumers and workers who had a record of visiting both establishments. This analysis aims to answer the following questions: Read the complete article here

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