- Co Founder & Chief Executive Officer
- (479) 966-9573
- View Linkedin profile »
Field Agent was conceived in 2009 by a team of researchers seeking to solve a common problem for our Clients – real time access to information and insights. We took traditional information collection and insights gathering methodologies and transformed them by incorporating crowdsourcing and mobile technology. By solving the problem of obtaining real time access to information and insights, our Clients now have unique, real time data from their shoppers at the Point of Influence with their brands. Knowing that our Clients and their Agencies need more than just data collection, we have developed a proprietary Quality Control process that ensures that only quality data gets processed through our system. This process, along with “hands on” market researchers on the back end analyzing the data, allows Field Agent to efficiently provide custom reporting of data and insights. Our Team at Field Agent is built upon the premise of “solution first” and “technology second” with an emphasis in Mobile. We are in the business of coming alongside of our Clients and their Agencies to ensure that we deliver the right methodology to solve their business problems.
401F5986-88CE-4578-A528-7CACF228762E , 2429 N. Gregg Ave.
Fayetteville, Arkansas, 72703
United States of America, Memphis (TN--MS--AR)
Whether it's curbside pickup, same-day home delivery, or streamlined app services, the grocery-tech arms race is centered around one thing: shopper convenience. Walmart has struck the latest blow by extending its voice shopping service to Siri, Apple's voice assistant. The service, whicRead more »
You’ve probably noticed by now: We at Field Agent love shopper marketing, especially fun, creative product displays. It makes sense. Field Agent regularly helps top brands monitor their displays and signs inside stores nationwide, so it's only natural we'd develop an affinity for all thRead more »
Correction: Samsung is the top TV brand survey respondents expect to give this year. An earlier version of this article inaccurately listed LG. The TV results (top 4), which are now correctly reflected below, are as follows: Samsung (29%), Sony (14%), VIZIO (14%), LG (11%).nbsp;nbsp; nbRead more »