Dynamic Pricing

In 2018, Don’t Miss the Right Moment to Make a Pricing Move

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It’s getting close to the end of the year, but you’re probably already planning for the 2018 holiday season. What can you implement now to help you achieve your financial goals next year?

Change Pricing Strategies at Just the Right Time

Imagine this scenario: You already have IBM WebSphere Commerce and need to have up-to-date sales performance data in a few key areas.

What if you could….

  • Monitor sales and quickly react to competitor pricing?
  • Receive notifications when sales are down?
  • Quickly update pricing strategies, run them and publish new pricing?

We have the answer.

Easy Integration Makes It Possible

When you integrate IBM Dynamic Pricing into your IBM Digital Commerce platform, you have the power of both products.

We made integration easy. Integration benefits include:

  • Fast on-boarding for products in the digital commerce product catalog
  • Automatically update prices in the digital commerce platform to react to changing market conditions
  • Newly optimized prices are updated in the digital commerce platform and can be displayed to customers with blazing speed

For example, if you notice your revenue is suddenly dropping, you may want to change your rules to be more competitive. That pricing strategy change is instantly applied to your products going forward. The result is intelligent pricing at digital speed!

Not convinced yet? Then, take a look at this short video.

The integration of IBM Dynamic Pricing and IBM WebSphere Commerce provides IBM customers with a seamless, real-time experience. But remember, IBM Dynamic Pricing can work with any digital commerce platform you have installed, so you can quickly develop pricing strategies to achieve your business objectives.

Learn more about IBM Dynamic Pricing.

Did you know?

Dynamic Pricing’s user interface, production documentation and guided tours are currently available in these languages:

  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • German
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Italian
  • Korean
  • Japanese

Just set your language preference in your user profile.

IBM Dynamic Pricing is a cloud-based offering that helps online retailers automatically respond in real time to changes in competitive prices, product demand and market conditions. With AI capabilities and an intuitive UI, IBM Dynamic Pricing empowers online merchants to sense and respond in real time to out price the competition. Bring together online and off-line pricing decisions, in an omnichannel environment, to achieve business goals and improve customer loyalty.

Start your free trial today to experience how Dynamic Pricing can help you.

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