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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Knowing and deciding where to direct your efforts to optimize your eCommerce business is complex. The Content Analytics platform gives you all the pieces you need in one solution. Solve it all today or pick a pain point within your eCommerce life cyc...
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MAP Monitor let users know of Minimum Advertised Price violations on a daily or weekly basis, in a simple, clear report that can be distributed to each category manager. Monitor competitors' compliance with MAP, and document violations you can show t...
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Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Monitoring ensures proper brand implementation and price compliance across all locations, franchises, distributor marketing and other channels. The online price monitoring platform provides global visibility so that bra...
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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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