Datasembly launches free mobile app to track the latest prices of eggs, milk & butter at tens of thousands of stores across the country
By: Datasembly, Inc.
Retailers will be able to see, on an interactive map on their phone, current, in-store, prices and availability of eggs, milk and butter for thousands of individual stores nationally, drill in to see what's happening in the neighborhood of their own stores and view how the price at each store has changed over the last 4 weeks. These key dairy items help create the perception of value with the consumer and it's critically important that retailers price them correctly.
Similarly, CPGs can choose from a selection of items to see how each retailer is pricing the product at each store, spot regional and hyper-local variations on the interactive map and see how assortment and availability changes from retailer to retailer and store to store.
Datasembly is launching this mobile app at Groceryshop, where Ben Reich, Datasembly CEO, will be a featured presenter. Groceryshop brings together the industry's community of leaders from across a wide range of job titles, including digital and ecommerce, marketing, technology, merchandising, supply chain and store operations. GroceryShop addresses shared challenges and opportunities relating to the evolution of how consumers shop for products ranging from food and beverage to health, beauty, personal care, household and pet supplies.
Visit us at booth #SS25! The Datasembly team will be giving demos of our Pricing, Promotion and Availability app, as well as our free mobile pricing app.
Try out the mobile app: https://groceryshop.datasembly.com
Datasembly empowers brands and retailers to make data-driven decisions about prices and promotions in real time. Datasembly collects hyper-local real-time data from tens of thousands of grocery and QSR locations across North America. Datasembly's intuitive web app leverages this data to solve real-world problems and deliver immediate visibility and insights.
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