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StoreAutomator’s Amazon repricing system automatically changes an item’s price to maximize your profit and minimize inventory costs. It is a useful tool as it knows your requirements and it continuously tracks competitor’s prices and sales volume, proactively adjusts prices to beat competitor’s prices on Amazon and help you win the BuyBox. Amazon Repricer can:

         > Lower your prices just a little and place your ranking just ahead of your competitor

         > If there is no competition increase your item’s price

         > Protects you from getting warnings from manufacturers as it will keep prices within their range

StoreAutomator has a rule-based repricing algorithm that changes an item’s price automatically in accordance with the following rules and conditions:

        > Repricer settings,

        > Manufacturer’s minimum, maximum pricing limits,

       > Competitor prices,

       > Your sales volume,

       > Your pricing target,

       > Change can occur both as an increase or decrease in prices.

StoreAutomator has the following price fields in the system (Sorted from lowest to highest):

Min. Price is the absolute minimum price for a product

MAP is Minimum Advertised Price, usually the manufacturer’s lowest limit

Sale Price Discounted Sale Price

Regular Price is the regular sales price

MSRP  Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price, usually manufacturer’s upper limit

Max Price is the absolute maximum price