Womply Reveals Initial Impact of Benchmark API on COVID-19 Analysis by Government, Non-Profit, Academic, Financial, and Media Organizations
Respected institutions such as the Federal Reserve, Harvard University, JP Morgan Chase, and Bloomberg have used Womply’s benchmark data to better understand COVID-19’s impact on local markets and the broader U.S. economy
Womply, the local commerce platform that provides apps, APIs, marketing, and financial tools to make local commerce happen, today revealed a summary of how the company’s Benchmark API has helped a wide range of public and private institutions make sense of evolving consumer spending patterns amid COVID-19.
During the U.S. outbreak, Womply’s Benchmark API has become a ubiquitous source of truth for understanding local commerce. Since March 2020, scores of respected organizations in government, non-profit, academia, finance, and journalism have used the Benchmark API or its underlying data to visualize how the novel coronavirus is impacting local markets and, by extension, the broader economy. Womply provided free data access to these institutions to help advocate for struggling American