Ensure your partners are adhering to agreed Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) or Recommended Retail Price (RRP) guidelines, sending notifications within minutes of price violations.
Trace initial price drops to the correct partner, informing future negotiations. Spot those partners using pricing engines and Amazon repricer to compete with other distributors.
Using Red Points stock monitoring tool, identify out of stock partners quickly, and send offers or notifications within the platform.
Let the Online Distributor Compliance (ODC) platform automate the task of monitoring partners, reducing staff time dedicated to overseeing and documenting partner activity.
Know who works best for your brand. Inform future negotiations with evidence gathered on each partners’ online sales activity.
Using our data-scraping technology, know when your partners sell below the agreed or suggested prices.
Red Points Online Distributor Compliance software scans your partner on a daily basis, records it, and notifies you of violations immediately.
Our smart solution registers all the evidence and activity with each seller over time, so you can easily analyse and act upon data.
Edit and build your own email templates with a personalised approach to each of your partners, quickly alerting sellers about term violations.
Manage your products in an organised, task-based workflow with an incredible user experience, meaning little to no training required.
Check if your partners are keeping stock of your products and if they’re a valuable affiliate for their authorised markets.
Ensure partners are not selling in restricted domains, including geo-exclusivity (eg. Amazon.co.uk vs. Amazon.com). Track partners by their official seller names on Amazon and eBay.
Sellers will lower rates to compete with other partners and win the “buy” box of platforms such as Amazon.
Unmonitored behaviour related your products affect the perception of consumer about your business.
As the numbers of partners grow, monitoring becomes a must. Manual search and notification processes are unsustainable.