InfoScout operates America's largest and richest source of household purchase data across all retailers, both brick-and-mortar and online. We do this by monitoring consumers along every step of their path to purchase via our proprietary mobile apps. Learn More »
Over 1-million Americans use InfoScout's proprietary mobile apps as part of their every day shopping activities - no matter where they shop or what they buy.
InfoScout built one of the world's most used shopping list apps: Out of Milk.
InfoScout captures receipt pictures with engaging mobile apps on the one device that's always with us. This allows us to capture 15x as many shopping trips per day as legacy consumer panels.
What makes InfoScout’s solutions different than other panel providers?
With larger sample sizes & daily updates, you can monitor changing behaviors and sentiments in real-time.
Our solutions integrate purchase data with triggered surveys to provide deeper insights than either approach can offer alone.
InfoScout offers access to all product categories and retailers (including e-commerce and secondary channels) along with a more comprehensive view of consumers (e.g., Facebook Likes & Interests).
Our Insights interface leverages modern business intelligence tools to provide intuitive workflows that answer your every question on-the-fly.
InfoScout is a rapidly growing team based in San Francisco. Every day we're tackling exciting technical challenges leveraging computer vision, crowdsourcing, data warehousing & machine learning. If you are looking for a fun workplace where teamwork, transparency, and learning are valued, then you should know... We're hiring »
Dozens of America’s largest brands and retailers trust InfoScout’s analytics to power their descisions in the marketplace.
InfoScout is fundamentally changing the way brands understand and engage consumers in the 21st century. We aren’t the only ones who think so. Check out some recent articles about InfoScout.
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