The Explore Distribution dashboard allows you to filter for any timeframe, so you can understand your distribution trends at any point in time.

This dashboard is divided into three sections:

  • Overview: See a snapshot of what's going on with your distribution.
  • Drivers: Understand the events that contribute to your distribution's growth or decline.
  • Details: Dig in to granular information that you can act on to improve your distribution.

Note: Visualizations will be different depending on which retailer or distributor is represented (e.g. "Scanning Points of Distribution by Store Zone Code" would be available for the Kroger dashboard but not the Target dashboard).

Also, distributor dashboards (e.g. UNFI, KeHE) are based on shipping sales, while retailer dashboards (e.g. Walmart, Whole Foods) are based on scanning sales. No matter which retailer or distributor dashboard you're looking at, the basic concepts remain the same.


Scanning (Or Receiving) Points of Distribution Over Time

These graphs show unique store + product combinations over time. Retailer dashboards will display "Scanning Points of Distribution," which are based on register sales. Distributor dashboards will display "Receiving Points of Distribution Over Time," which are based on shipping sales.


Retailer-specific Example


Distributor-specific Example


Unit Sales (Or Cases Shipped) Over Time

These graphs display unit movement over time. Retailer dashboards will display "Unit Sales Over Time," showing the number of units sold at stores. Distributor dashboards will display "Cases Shipped," showing the number of units shipped by that distributor.


Retailer-specific Example


Unique Scanning Points of Distribution, Total Unit Sales

These tiles display the current totals based on the applied filters. 


Retailer-specific Example                             


Scanning Points of Distribution by Product

This sortable table displays your points of distribution for the selected time frame. Retailer dashboards will display "Scanning Points of Distribution by Product," reflecting the sales-based nature of how we calculate retailer points of distribution.



Retailer-specific Example


Distribution Drivers

Points of Distribution by State

Hover over this heat map for more details on points of distribution at the state level or right-click on a state to drill down further. As with the rest of the Distributor dashboard, retailer dashboards will be based on scanning sales, while distributor dashboards will be based on shipping sales. 


Retailer-specific Example


Points of Distribution by Dimension

These sortable tables take the basic "Scanning (or Receiving) Points of Distribution" measurement and slice them by dimensions such as city, product, banner, chain, region, and more. The exact tables will differ based on which retailer or distributor dashboard you're viewing (e.g. "Scanning Points of Distribution by Whole Foods Region" would only be available for the Whole Foods dashboard).


Retailer-specific Example


Distribution Detail

The final section of the dashboard offers detailed information specific to that retailer or distributor in a sortable table. Click the "" ellipses in the top right corner of the table to download an actionable spreadsheet you can send to parties such as buyers and DSD reps.


Retailer-specific Example