Ecommerce Analyst - Cumberland

Ecommerce Analyst

Online retail is a living, breathing discipline, where product quality, marketing, social media, competitors’ campaigns, logistics and fulfillment, search optimisation and platform stability are all pushing and pulling performance in every direction. The task of the ecommerce analyst is to make sense of it all, and to put in place strategies to maximise profitability and minimise waste.

The good thing about this task is that pretty much any metric you could wish to follow is available online. Visitor tracking, site performance, customer satisfaction and all aspects of sales performance are available through digital means. The bad news is that the sheer volume of data available can be overwhelming. It’s the ecommerce analyst’s job to sort the wheat from the chaff, initially focusing on low-hanging fruit that can boost profitability, but ultimately drilling down into the minutiae to create sustainable profits and identify emerging risks and opportunities.

The skills required

Ecommerce analyst jobs are suited to those who like nothing better than to sit at a computer and look at endless streams of data, sorting and analysing it through spreadsheets and analytics software to mine for commercial benefits. Sometimes the problems and solutions are established and obvious, but it’s the ability to spot issues when they are still new and developing that makes an ecommerce analyst so valuable to any online retailer.

Any experience in ecommerce sales, marketing or logistics will be an advantage to the potential analyst, as a deep understanding of the territory helps them to identify issues more quickly.

Ecommerce Analyst Jobs in Cumberland

An administrative county from 1889 to 1974, Cumberland was situated on the border with western Scotland and is, today, part of Cumbria. The region is probably best known for its tasty sausages, but it also offers an array of choice for those seeking Ecommerce Analyst vacancies.

Cumberland was first recorded in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle in the 10th century. It was also an important spot during the Roman period, as it marked the western end of Hadrian's Wall.

For much of the region's history, its economy has relied on agriculture, as well as other industries like mining for coal and iron ore. Stone quarrying has also been an important industry for the area - particularly during the Industrial Revolution.

Today, the Cumberland region is mainly characterised by charming villages and sweeping landscapes. The local economy is mainly based in retail, the service sector and tourism.

Some of the companies that are based in the Cumberland area, or which have important facilities in the region, include McVitie's, Carr's Flour Mills, Bendall's Engineering and Innovia Films, which manufactures a variety of plastic products from cellophane for packaging and plastic labels, through to the substrate used for the plastic banknotes found in Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam.

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