Catalog Management, CPG & Retail, E-Commerce solutions, Seller support
Product catalog management is a critical process for any retail business, but it can be especially challenging for large and complex catalogs. Wholesale sellers in the B2B market often have to manage catalogs with thousands of products, and these catalogs can be constantly changing. This can lead to a number of problems, such as inaccurate product data, errors in pricing and availability information, and difficulty keeping up with changes. Wholesale sellers in the B2B market rely on their product catalogs to attract and retain customers. Efficient B2B catalog management can help wholesale sellers:
In this case study, we will take a look at how Netscribes helped a leading retail giant to streamline its catalog management processes, improve its bottom line, and stay ahead of the competition.
The retail giant aimed to reduce the overall effort for its wholesale sellers in the B2B market. Sellers had been spending a significant amount of time creating and managing their lengthy and complex product catalogs.The objective of the engagement was to simplify time-consuming processes related to catalog management, including:
The stalwart collaborated with Netscribes to create a comprehensive and advanced automated workflow module, aiming to establish it as the ultimate cataloging solution for wholesale sellers in B2B marketplaces. This module incorporated the following enhanced features:
The solution delivered to the client was in the form of an add-on module integrated with their e-commerce platform. This module is closely integrated with their ERP system SAP. It facilitated:
Seamless API integration allowing for direct import of SKU data to the module. Earlier, this data import process was manual.
Sellers can process SKU data on the module for compliance checks and review the same. Earlier, data processing had been done in excel.
Through close collaboration with Netscribes, the retail mammoth successfully streamlined its catalog management processes and achieved: