High profile clients from consumer electronics online industry that we have acquired over past 4 years are making us real proud. Some of them are large retail names (leaders in their markets), while others are brands (or regional brand distributors) who use Price2Spy to keep an eye on the turbulent online market.
One specific request we have encountered in this industry was the necessity to monitor not only the product price, the very strict availability conditions (for example: the product is considered available only if it can be shipped that very day), but cashback / promotional prices as well.
Most of the products from this industry have standardized part numbers, meaning that Automatch is possible in most cases (a Scandinavian distributor of several global brands is monitoring nearly 120 sites across 7 countries). However, it's not a must - some other clients, much smaller in size (monitoring no more than 1000 SKUs) are going for manual product matching instead. As always, Price2Spy gives you flexibility, so each client can find the solution which suits their needs the best.
Large stores typically have different product managers taking care of different segments of their offer. In some cases, the work is split by product category (mobile devices, cameras etc.), while in others it can be done by brand, or even by product supplier. No matter how your internal organisation works, Price2Spy's flexible setup can address it - so each product manager takes care (and gets alerted) only of the products from his domain.
For those looking for in-depth analytical data, Price2Spy will give you all you need to easily identify your competitors' pricing policies (which probably differ from one brand to another, from one product category to another), and react to important price change alerts (for example, when a competitor lowers the price below a certain threshold). In cases where MAP-observance is needed, Price2Spy will indicate the MAP-pricing violations.
Let's also mention the possibility of API integration, where clients have implemented Price2Spy API interface within their own software, so they promote / demote potential Automatches (or watch price changes) directly from their own system, with no need to login to Price2Spy at all. We also have clients which have fully automated their dynamic pricing solutions, so their software always gets fed with fresh pricing data from Price2Spy - enabling it to automatically adjust (usually lower) the price on their own website.
Here is how Price2Spy can help product managers from this industry: