APT Index

Our latest release of the APT Index adds more than 40,000 Retail and Restaurant doors, expanding the benchmark to include 150,000+ locations, enabling organizations to pinpoint performance opportunities with local store benchmarks

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How do your stores stack up to sales in the surrounding neighborhood? The APT Index provides a full view of store performance to improve decisions on manager rewards, local operations, and more. The new retail segment adds 20K+ doors for a benchmark of 60K+ locations, and the new restaurant segment adds 20K+ doors to reach 75K+ locations. The latest release also includes additional specialty views such as a daypart breakout for restaurants.

Key Benefits of APT Index

Local Benchmarks

Local Benchmarks in Real Time

Economic data at the market-level lacks the granularity needed to truly understand what is impacting each store’s performance. The APT Index provides performance benchmarks at the micro-geographic level every week. Give your team the full context.

Explanatory Power

Explanatory Power

Explain true store performance to stakeholders at every level. Target action plans, and give both district managers and centralized operations teams the store-level context.


Sales Data, Not Surveys

The APT Index benchmarks are created from actual spend at over 150,000+ locations, rather than imperfect survey data. Reporting straight from customers’ wallets.

Success Stories

Final Four

Learn how the APT Index can show the impact of major events in local geographies, such as the NCAA Final Four tournament.

International Business Award

Read about how the APT Index won a Gold International Business Award for Best New Product of the Year.

London Tube Strike

Use the APT Index to measure the impact of major local events, such as the London Tube Strike in 2015, on retail sales.