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Featured FAQ: Overview performed work
In this article we dive into Roamler’s way of reporting back to you, giving you an answer on the Frequently Asked Question “How do we get insight into the performed work and results?”.
Client Success Story | St Hubert
How does St Hubert, a French organisation specialized in agricultural food, measure the presence of its products in convenience stores with Roamler?
Consumer Report: Fresh Produce & Covid-19
Experts state the Covid-19 pandemic influenced global food and vegetable consumption. Gaining insight into the more current fresh produce consumption behaviours could therefore be of extra importance and value.
Roamler Annual Report 2021
The last day of Q1 seems like the perfect moment to present our Annual Report to you! This report will take you through the most relevant and fun figures about our activity across Europe in 2021.
Our sustainable contributions | Q1 2022
Looking back at Q1 of 2022, we are proud to have contributed to a better future, confirming our belief that our model leads to the most sustainable approach to field work.
40% of housing corporations is risking a fine
In just a few months, housing corporations must install a properly working smoke detector on every floor of every corporation home. Are housing corporations prepared for this challenging job?
Featured FAQ: Dealing with fluctuations in the demand for flexible work
in this article we dive into the processes and tools we use for dealing with such fluctuations, giving you an answer on the frequently asked question “How does Roamler deal with strong fluctuations in the demand for flexible work?”.
Dealing with decreasing promotional distribution in-store
Our data shows a 5% decrease in second placement distribution. However, improving promotional distribution with only 3%, leads to 1% additional revenue. The question here is; how to achieve this 3% improvement?
Digitization as a solution for the labor shortage in tech
The construction sector aims to attract new workers in all kinds of ways, but digitization also has a huge potential to cover a large part of the shortage.