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Mass Merchant

As a mass merchant, you manage hundreds of thousands - perhaps millions -- of products, across hundreds of categories. Large numbers of SKUs, coupled with highly diverse catalogs that include private and national brands, create pricing and assortment complexity that are second to none in the retailing world. To optimize your pricing and assortment vis-à-vis your competitors, you need to monitor countless items, across dozens of competitors.

Only Upstream Commerce, with deep experience serving retailers in more than 15 categories, has a solution that can accurately and comprehensively track and analyze the diversity of products offered by a mass merchant. Competitive pricing and assortment intelligence, delivered across all categories on a real-time basis, ensures that you always offer the right products, through the right channels and at the right time and price.
Mass Merchant Solution
Used by some of the most innovative mass merchants in the world, our solution is designed to handle the product matching and comparison challenges faced by retailers with the largest and most complex product catalogs. Only a Cloud-based platform that was conceived, architected and built to handle both massive scale and complexity will support a retail intelligence solution for mass merchants. Upstream Commerce offers that solution today.
Actionable insights through advanced reporting
Analyze your competitive landscape by virtually any type of segmentation (e.g., brands, product categories), including custom segments based on your individual needs, such as price ranges. Easily drill down to the product level at any time. Advanced reporting allows you to uncover historical pricing patterns and compare pricing tactics over the entire product lifetime.
Smarter product assortment
The growing size of product catalogs makes product selection a big challenge. With the mass merchant solution from Upstream Commerce, you can develop new product selection approaches by comparing catalogs based on a variety of breakdown options, analyzing product introduction and removal patterns, and benchmarking against the industry.

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