We did a small project on product cataloging and Analysis to keep track of prices, vendors and products from a single e-commerce website.

Primary uses of this information include:

  1. Competitor tracking like BestBuy to make sure your prices are at least as low as your competitors'
  2. Vendor analysis. What kind of product a vendor specializes in. This gives enough confidence to buy a product from that vendor if he specializes in similar products.
  3. Personal Price analysis. If you want to buy a product from a specific website, you can keep track of its price trends and "predict" when it will be cheapest! Help you save money as well.

We've implemented it for Mobiles on infibeam.com as of now. It can easily be implemented for any other e-commerce website as well!

Tags: analytics, tracking, scraping, infibeam

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