Gap has faced a recent hiccup in its stock price -- ending down almost 10 percent Wednesday -- but overall the trend has been positive as Gap has seen its shares climb 24 percent over the last year. Much of that strength, Peck noted, has been buttressed by its Old Navy and Athleta brands -- Gap and Banana Republic have both struggled to find footing.
“We know a lot about our customers,” Peck told Cramer. “We can see their lifetime value. We know who our most valuable customer is. Structurally, because we have multiple brands and multi-channels, we’ve got something not a lot of other apparel companies have.”
Peck told Cramer that their ability to leverage many streams of consumer data is valuable in a variety of ways -- it gives them better insights for merchandising, advertising and where to focus across their many brand channels.