Minimum Advertised Price (MAP)
Comprehensive MAP Monitoring Software
Monitor and document Minimum Advertised Price violations, enforce your MAP policy, and protect your brand value.
With Price2Spy you’ll never miss a single instance of Minimum Advertised Price violation. You will get notified whenever a policy violation occurs. You will have evidence of MAP policy violations. You will have complete control over your brand’s value.
MAP Policy Violation Alerts
Minimum Advertised Price monitoring is essential for all brands interested in preserving their value. Keeping an eye out for MAP violations can take a significant amount of time, if done manually.
With Price2Spy, the alerts come to you. You’ll be able to focus on other aspects of your business while we perform minimum advertised price monitoring. Once a MAP policy violation occurs, you’ll know it first.
Screenshots - Evidence of MAP Policy Violations
Screenshots are Price2Spy’s ultimate tool for brands that are looking for ways to back up their words when addressing MAP policy violations.
Besides MAP monitoring, Price2Spy can also take screenshots every time your product is below a certain threshold price (eg. MAP). Denying MAP policy violations will become impossible.
Protect Your Brand Value
Caring about how your customers perceive your brand’s value is the cornerstone of every successful brand. Price2Spy’s Minimum Advertised Price monitoring functionality will help you protect your brand’s value from harm.
In the eyes of your customers, price is closely related to quality. It’s clear why MAP monitoring should be an essential part of every brand’s workflow.
How Price2Spy Presents Cases of MAP Policy Violations
MAP violations can be monitored in various markets and various currencies.
Price2Spy notes every instance of MAP violation with a special color. Orange is our default color for marking MAP violations, but you can set it to any color you want.
Stay on Top of Your Retailers/Resellers with Price2Spy & Protect Your Brand Value
There are rare cases where MAP does not stand for Minimum, but for Maximal Advertised Price instead. Price2Spy supports such a scenario as well, all you need to do is modify it in your Settings.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
MAP stands for the minimum advertised price by which a retailer can advertise a product. It’s also known by other terms, such as MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) or Street Price and RRP (Recommended Retail price). The term depends on the industry and the region.
Yes, Price2Spy can monitor for MAP violations in any currency and in any language.
Yes, Price2Spy API allows tight integration with your own software/database, so your workflow doesn’t get disrupted when you start using Price2Spy.