Price2Spy achieves great results in the G2 Winter 2024 report

Price2Spy announcements 27.12.2023. Reading Time: 2 minutes

The G2 Report for winter 2024 is out and features Price2Spy’s business success. Our software stands out as a brand protection software leader and pricing high performer this season.

As in previous years, we are happy to conclude the year with the confirmed social proof of our software’s effectiveness. It is a great motivation for the upcoming year and all the improvements and innovations we’re working on.

G2 Winter 2024 report

Primarily Price2Spy is eCommerce price optimization software that determines the ideal price point for your customers while maximizing your business’ profitability. Price optimization is ongoing as your competitors’ prices change daily and require nonstop market and competitor monitoring. Price2Spy ensures you are not leaving money on the table and utilize price optimization. 

Besides, Price2Spy provides solutions designed to safeguard a company’s brand identity. As a brand, you must know how your products are positioned. Do retailers adhere to agreed prices? Price monitoring provides data about your product prices across different platforms while detecting price violations and maintaining pricing integrity. Price2Spy monitors and captures MAP/MSRP/RRP pricing violations and enforces MAP policy in real-time to protect your brand.

We are happy to be recognized by real software users who shared their experiences via G2 reviews. Another award worth mentioning is the Momentum Leader badge which is chosen by calculating a proprietary algorithm that factors in social, web, employee, and review data that G2 has deemed influential in a company’s momentum. 

We would like to thank our clients for advocating our business and being supportive. We will aim to justify the trust shown during 2024 as well.

Happy holidays!


Marijana Bjelobrk
Marijana Bjelobrk is a Junior Digital Marketing Specialist, writing for Price2Spy since November 2021. She graduated BBA at Oklahoma City University in May 2020, majoring in marketing. While studying, she had a part-time job at the Economical Research and Policy Institute, where she gained experience in research, critical thinking, and writing professional articles.