Company Overview of Information Resources, Inc.
Information Resources, Inc. develops big data and predictive analytics solutions. The company offers market performance and strategy, forecasting, consumer and shopper intelligence, in-market execution and analytics, media, and data management software. It serves consumer packaged goods (CPG), manufacturing, retail, over-the-counter (OTC) healthcare, and media companies. The company was formerly known as SymphonyIRI Group, Inc. and changed its name to Information Resources, Inc. in April 2013. The company was founded in 1979 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. Information Resources, Inc. is a former subsidiary of IRI Holdings, Inc.
150 North Clinton Street
Chicago, IL 60661-1416
Founded in 1979
Key Executives for Information Resources, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President, and Board Member
Executive Vice President of Global Operations
Chief Executive Officer of Salesout
Group President of IRI North America
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Information Resources, Inc. Key Developments
IRi Worldwide Presents at JPMorgan Ultimate Services Investor Conference, Nov-10-2015 12:15 PM
Nov 7 15
IRi Worldwide Presents at JPMorgan Ultimate Services Investor Conference, Nov-10-2015 12:15 PM. Venue: J.P. Morgan, 383 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, United States. Speakers: Andrew Appel, President & CEO.
IRI Joins Forces with Return Path to Offer FMCG Companies E-commerce Receipt and Transaction Data
Jun 29 15
Information Resources, Inc. and Return Path announced an alliance through which IRI will integrate data from Return Path's Consumer Insight business and other e-commerce transactional datasets that will create the most comprehensive view of the rapidly growing online activity in the consumer packaged goods industry. With this new, integrated dataset, CPG marketers will gain a significantly enhanced understanding of e-commerce activity and the interaction of online purchasing with traditional brick-and-mortar transactions, plus a deeper awareness of the path to purchase. This complete view will provide more effective shopper insights, marketing activation, and a holistic approach to measurement. Return Path’s Consumer Insight business provides in-depth visibility of consumer behavior in real time. It captures shoppers’ inbox data, which provides a unique, real-time view of behavior, from brand affinity to detailed purchase records. Consumer Insight provides the right data to guide smarter decisions and better business results. This is Return Path’s first comprehensive data alliance, and the company selected IRI based on its client relationships and superior e-commerce offerings. Through the alliance, IRI will gain access to e-commerce receipt data as well as purchase data and will collaborate with Return Path on future products and services, such as scorecards, analytic services and market share reports. In addition, the alliance will give IRI clients new access to e-commerce purchase data, including product-level, basket and unique transaction information, such as pickup versus delivery.
Information Resources Appoints Joan M. Lewis as Senior Advisor
May 12 15
Information Resources, Inc. announced that Joan M. Lewis will work with the company as a Senior Advisor. She will work closely with Andrew Appel, IRI’s president and chief executive officer, and the IRI management team on enhancing its growth delivered portfolio of technology and data-enabled products and services. Additionally, she will team with IRI’s executive and client leadership to support client engagements and new business pursuits. Finally, she will work closely with IRI’s fast growing Media Center of Excellence that focuses on radically improving media spend by leveraging the impact of media on sales lift. Lewis formerly served as a global senior executive with Procter & Gamble (P&G). During her more than 25-year tenure at P&G, Lewis’ extensive achievements were well recognized. Some key achievements include strengthening the effectiveness and efficiency of P&G’s massive advertising budget, year on year, for over eight years; reinventing P&G’s brand building practices; simplifying P&G’s product launch cycle; and guiding the company’s direction in both traditional and digital media. In Lewis’ last position at P&G, global officer and senior vice president, Consumer & Market Knowledge, Lewis led 1,100 research professionals in more than 50 countries with a combined budget of more than $350 million.
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