This post has been updated and was originally published April 2020.
As a company dedicated to supporting growth driven CPG brands with actionable, easy to understand eCommerce insights and analytics, we’ve developed a new feature called Availability; it provides automated availability insights.
The new reporting feature allows you to see product availability online at a glance across your category in a smart yet intuitive way. Read on to find out more.
It should come as no surprise that being out of stock is a critical problem for any brand or retailer, online ecommerce is no different. Not only in the wake of the accelerated rise of online shopping but anytime: knowing when your products are delisted or out of stock online can soon become an advantage to your competitors. With availability reporting you can quickly see such challenges occurring so you can act fast and remain competitive online. Your brand might be stocking shelves for decades in store, but do you know how to translate this expertise to your digital shelves too?
This quick animation shows you our new feature in action. Simply hover over any retailer shown in our report and you’re able to check your product SKU’s availability instantly.
With clear colour coded indicators helping you visualise your current availability performance across your key retailers. You can even filter out retailers, brands or categories and save your settings for later.
As you can see Availability reporting is really straightforward to use within e.fundamentals platform. This way you get the most out of the data enabling you to drive profitable actions straight away.
Whether you’re a sales account manager or eCommerce professional, being on top of your digital shelf listings is crucial.
Availability reporting within e.fundamentals will help you keep on top of your availability across retailers such as Amazon or any other retailer you need range reporting on. More so, you’ll be covering a key aspect of how to win online.
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