eCommerce Price Monitoring

As a brand or manufacturer, price monitoring can help you to reach the following goals:

  • Stay competitive and win the buy box on marketplaces
  • Create a value perception that aligns with your brand 
  • Cover costs and ensure that all channels in distribution make a profit by protecting margins

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eCommerce price monitoring

"SiteLucent's pricing widgets make tracking price developments over time easy and help us in explaining pricing decisions to resellers."

E-commerce manager Signify Benelux
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Competitive Price Analysis

Base your pricing decisions and strategy on competitive price analysis in order to stay ahead. Find answers to questions such as:

  • Which market segments are my competitors targeting?
  • What pricing strategy are they using?
  • How rapidly are the prices of each brand changing? - A stable price often shows a product to be successful (and vice versa)

SiteLucent dashboards can show you the selling price over time of competing brands within a product category, or a specific product on multiple e-retailer websites.

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Analyse price points and  competition on marketplaces

Winning the buy box on marketplaces is not only depending on your price point. But it is for sure, an important criterion!

98% of online shoppers cite price as their key factor in purchase decision. Get an instant overview of competing sellers on marketplaces: who won the buy box and who is selling your products at a discount? 

  • How do prices compare over all retailers and marketplaces?
  • In detail: which retailer increased or lowered the price of my product first?

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Analyse eCommerce Price Points

MAP and MSRP monitoring  

MAP pricing addresses how a reseller advertises a product, MSRP represents the price a manufacturer recommends its retailers to sell the product.

Why would you use and monitor MAP and MSRP policies?

  • Protect your own margins and those of your retailers
  • Protect your brand value proposition: A price that is too low, can raise red flags about the quality of your products and brand
  • To keep retailers from being unfairly undersold by competitors which can lead to price wars

Please note: Both MAP and MSRP must both be set up as one-way policies and not as legal agreements between manufacturer and reseller.


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