GfKwinsBestAnalystat2016PCRAwards, 17.03.2016

GfK wins Best Analyst at 2016 PCR Awards

London, March 11, 2016 - GfK has been awarded the title of “Best Analyst” at the PCR 2016 awards that were held in London this month to celebrate the finest within the UK's PC and technology industry.

Distributors, retailers, vendors and channel service providers came together for the annual awards and networking event, which recognized the top companies and brands in the UK PC and tech channel over the past 12 months.

24 awards were handed out on the night across four categories – Frontline, Channel Services, Distribution, Vendor – as well as the big Grand Prix award.

GfK's “Best Analyst” award was won against tough competition from leading brands including Gartner, IDC, BRC and Juniper, which makes the result of even greater value.

Related Products

  • GfK Point of Sales Tracking

    Product tracking comparison tool measuring market share and brand performance. Data from both retailer and reseller. Regular POS insights across all relevant channels.

    Read more
  • GfK Shopper Behavior

    Support your marketing decisions with comprehensive data and analysis of buyer behavior at all stages of the purchase journey and product lifecycle.

    Read more
  • GfK Key Account Data

    Based on named retailer data, KAD is invaluable in defining successful Category Management & optimizing Supply Chain Strategy. KAD is a common information currency for Retailers & Industry.

    Read more

Related Insights

  • 16.07.2020


    Geomarketing use case: Martlets

    Find out in our use case how geomarketing helped our client Martlets optimize their delivery health care services.

  • 13.07.2020


    Map of the Month: FMCG share of brick-and-mortar retail turnover, ...

    GfK’s Map of the Month for July illustrates fast-moving consumer goods’ (FMCG) share of brick-and-mortar retail turnover in Europe in 2019.

  • 29.06.2020


    Map of the Month: Retail share of private consumption, Europe 2019

    GfK’s Map of the Month for June illustrates the brick-and-mortar retail turnover share of private consumption in Europe in 2019.

View all Insights