Financial Institutions who use TraQline can see the future.
TraQline provides financial institutions with the essential information you need to determine whether you or your clients should buy, sell, or hold.
Since it provides a pulse on the retail market before most earnings releases, TraQline is your best source for market share and consumer behavior.
Better Data = Better Decisions
Having the right information is critical to the success of your investment strategy. TraQline helps solve the problem of having better, more complete data.
- What does market share look like in advance of earnings calls?
- As a private equity company, I invest in large businesses, how competitive is my target company in the marketplace?
- What competitive threats exist for Amazon vs. Lowe’s or Home Depot
Why is TraQline the best source for Retailer & Manufacturer performance?
Unbiased, reliable, consistent, and actionable are all words that our partners use to describe TraQline.
We also pride ourselves on being intently focused on your needs.
Your TraQline account team listens to your needs, answers your questions, and seeks ways to help you understand the data to ensure you you make the right call.
Who uses TraQline?
While we’re proud of our clients, we can’t give you our list of subscribers…but we can tell you they are some of the largest manufacturers and retailers in the United States and Canada.
In fact, half of the Top 10 consumer durables retailers in the Forbes Global 2000 are valued TraQline customers.
If you’ve been on an earnings call, and you’ve heard “Market share”, it probably came from TraQline.
Using Consumer Data to help make the right call
Here are a few ways TraQline can help:
- Channel distribution strategy
- Competitor Brand/Retailer mix
- Online strategy development
- Store location optimization
- Retailer performance prior to earnings release
How do you get TraQline?
You may already see TraQline data from the companies you cover, but there’s much more information than what you’re seeing. Check it out for yourself: brand, retailer, and industry trends, gain a better understanding of what’s driving retailer successes/failures, and have better conversations with your vendors.