Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
May 14, 2014

E-commerce intelligence agency Clavis Insight opens in China

SHANGHAI - Clavis Insight, specialising in online store audits and retailer analytics for consumer-packaged-goods manufacturers, has opened its first office in China.

E-commerce intelligence agency Clavis Insight opens in China

Clavis Insight services are already used by food & beverage, personal care, baby care, pet care and household product brands in North and South America and Europe to monitor, analyse and improve their online-retail performance.

Clients include Unilever, Kimberly Clark and General Mills.

The company develops and markets a cloud-based platform for delivering intelligence and analysis about the fast-growing e-commerce channel.

The insights and analytics are meant to help clients quickly identify right products, as well as landing-page content and placement needed to improve conversion rates, said Nicole Bernard, president of the China region at Clavis Insight.

Based in Shanghai, the new office will also support a customer base in the Asia-Pacific region.

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