Innovation, product discovery, all in one

InsideRetail-RangeMeIn today’s world of Amazon domination, retailers want to source innovative products and populate their stores with emerging brands that resonate with customers. Even with pioneering technology and consumers growing up with multiple screens at their fingertips, the volume of mailed submissions, piles of sales sheets and overwhelming trade shows still define the retail product discovery process.

RangeMe is changing the traditional way retailers and product suppliers do business. Climb out from under the sales sheets and take a look at the modern, efficient way to discover innovative new products and manage the inbound product submission process. Suppliers can have  increased control over the marketing of their products and greater access to retail buyers.

“Our technology expedites the time it takes for retailers to source products at scale resulting in increased sales and competitive advantage,” said Nicky Jackson, Founder and CEO of RangeMe. The digital approach simplifies discovery, preventing opportunities from falling through the cracks for retailers and brands.

Metcash, Sigma, Spar, Coles and Healthy Life are among the growing number of retailers using RangeMe to streamline product discovery. RangeMe’s innovative platform helps retailers diversify their supplier portfolio, enabling them to better meet consumer needs, and keep their product assortment fresh and relative.

“Thousands of suppliers have connected and uploaded their product details to the RangeMe platform,” Jackson says, “and we’re excited to be a part of the journey as suppliers and retailers connect across the globe and start their journey toward a successful partnership.”

Start streamlining your product discovery process for free with RangeMe

 

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