By Mihir Kittur
In an period of knowledge transparency and the empowered patron, the way you expense your product can make or holiday your corporation. expense too excessive and you’ll most likely lose to the contest. expense too low and you’ll degrade the worth of your items and prone. rate correct, and you’ve placed your self in best place to win the sale. base line: you wish a powerful, sound, and proactive technique to pop out on top.
In “PRICING INTELLIGENCE 2.0: The short consultant to cost Intelligence and Dynamic Pricing,” industry chief Ugam gives you functional real-world suggestions and proposals for construction a aggressive, responsive, and profitable pricing method for nearly any retail environment.
The publication examines the habit and expectancies of today’s client, the wealth of aggressive info that on-line shops have at their disposal and the way to exploit it, and at last, the way to decide upon and make the most of a pricing intelligence resolution provider.
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4. If you are selling refrigerators, choose which features your customers care about most: freezer space, ice makers, slide out shelves, etc. 5. If you search for consumer electronics, your potential matches will have lots of false positives that are battery chargers, protective cases, cords, etc. 6. A hammock might be with camping gear or with patio furniture. You cannot make smart data-driven decisions unless you are confident in the accuracy of your matches. Previously, we explored why product matching – also called product mapping – can make all the difference in giving you an accurate snapshot of how you compare to the competition.
1. Which Categories And SKUs Should I Monitor? 2. Which Competitors Should Be On My Radar - And How Many? 3. How Frequently Should I Monitor/Change Prices? 4. What Are My Matching Rules to Compare My Products With My Competitors’ Products? Which Categories And SKUs Should I Monitor? In which categories are you expected to attack and in which ones should you merely play defense? Which Competitors Should Be On My Radar – And How Many? The only competitors you should care about, however, are the ones your customers would likely turn to for price-sensitive Key Value Items (KVIs).
Be aware that there are now several product matching systems on the market that cannot handle different pack sizes. However, if you redefine your matching rules to look for similar products, you would learn that both you and your competitor share a heavy focus on apples. You cannot make smart data-driven decisions unless you are confident in the accuracy of your matches. Some solutions are do-it-yourself with all sorts of user configurable options, while other platforms that offer exciting features may not be helpful at all if they are not easily understood by nontechnical users.