Tell a better sell-in story
Turnkey sales support that makes it easier for the retailer to say 'yes'
Walking into a buyer meeting, your customer has likely either already seen the quantitative data you've got or has seen conflicting data from a competitor.
Store photos lend authenticity to a sales story and can help in developing a strong and relatable narrative around the business case to make it easier for the retailer to say 'yes'.
New product launches
Shelfgram can support your new product launch from ideation to commercialization to execution with quick access to actionable data.
Before launching, you can use Shelfgram to inform when, where, and how to bring their product launch to life at retail. Once your product is in market, you can intervene during the critical early days using our virtual store check platform to get store-level insights into your launch.
Avoid costly, retail blindspots and start seeing into your full retail network, including retailers that don't participate in data syndication programs, hard to reach channels, and emerging markets where ground truth data is incomplete.
Shelfgram gives you authentic and irrefutable visual back-up to demonstrate shortcomings in execution as well as the comprehensiveness of compliance challenges to the retailer.
Shelfgram helps you show the relationship between in-store conditions and sales - and it can help you unlock the keys to executional success.
With Shelfgram, your team can easily monitor in-store communication, product assortment, pricing, and placement. Next time you see swings in sales data, you can go into Shelfgram and cluster photos to get a deeper understanding of what might have caused it.
As you prepare in-store execution guidelines, Shelfgram can also help you know what kinds of tactics are possible at each retailer based on historical and competitive information. Some of our enterprise users even use our platform for training and 'virtual store check' lunch-and-learns.
Win the season
Prepare for the season with Shelfgram by going back in time and reviewing what happened last year and the year before in-season.
Photos are posted to Shelfgram in real-time so that you can address issues like out-of-stocks and correct non-compliant stores early in the seasonal period.