Product card (quick view)
Quick access to the product card information. A double-click on the product name opens a side panel with product information:
In the header of the card, a user can see the name of the product and its category. It’s possible to copy the product title, as well as follow the product link to a competitor’s website.
The side panel also allows a user to edit the suggested price, formed by repricing script, and immediately send the price to the repricing repository.
IMPORTANT: if the repricing feature is disabled, the corresponding block is inactive and unavailable.
The Details block
This tab contains information about the product price, cost (if available), MAP (if available). There is an option to edit tags (add/delete) and to copy the SKU title. The "SKU copy option" may be convenient for parallel work with an ERP system.
The Market block
This tab provides information on market changes by which the user can analyze the price changes of the selected product (for the last 4 weeks).
Below is a table of competitors, with information on the data update time, competitors’ prices, % of prices deviations, and the error report buttons.
Click on the highlighted name of the competitor will lead to the product page of the web store, click on the price will open the "product price history" of the competitor:
It is important to note: if a competitor’s price is updated several times a day, all price changes will be seen.
The Promo block
In this block a user can see promotions or discounts for goods in his store, as well as promotions and/or discounts in other competitors’ stores.
An example of a gift promotion:
An example of a markdown promo:
The MAP block
A user may transmit MAP data to his account to monitor violations among other competitors. If the MAP data is available, the MAP tab will contain corresponding alerts.
Competitor name> Recency> Price> % of deviation
The Repricing block
If a user has enabled a Repricing feature, the Reprice tab becomes available. Several small blocks display the difference between the user’s price and the suggested price. A user may also see what script generated the suggested price (and edit the script itself).