Minimum Advertised Pricing (MAP)

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Definition

Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) is the lowest price at which a vendor and retailer have agreed to sell a product. MAP tools monitor the price of products online, across vendors, documenting any violations. 

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MAP is an AI-driven tool for monitoring minimum advertised pricing. MAP is a plug-and-play tool enabling sales teams to monitor hundreds and thousands of brand products sold online to keep sellers violating MAP terms.
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Automated MAP Monitoring Software for MAP Enforcement and Policy Compliance tool across marketplaces and ecommerce stores. Enforce MAP Price & Protect your brand value with Intraday MAP price monitoring services across the online channels like Amazon...
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MAP Compliance automates the tedious, time-intensive task of monitoring Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) and Authorized Dealer program compliance so that your brand team can focus on what’s important – driving sales and building stronger customer relat...
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