WooCommerce Mix & Match – Plug-in for custom product boxes
Would you like to sell a selection of beverages? Cupcake Box? Pack of shirts & tie? WooCommerce Mix & Match is a perfect solution that allows your customers to create bundle product packages by simply placing product in the box.
Your customer can create gift boxes from different items and send them to their loved ones or order them themselves. Merchants can limit the maximum and minimum number of products that a customer must add to complete the box and place the order. Dealers can also define from which product group a customer can choose a box. The solution works perfectly with simple and variable products
Function list of the WooCommerce Mix & Match module
Allow customers to create a custom product box
Allow them to add products of their own choice
Multiple box price options for dealers
Select products for Box & Limit Min & Max products
possibility to calculate the shipping costs per product in box
Multiple Box Layout & Excellent UX in the mobile view
Multiple pricing rules for custom WooCommerce product boxes:
You can set a fixed price for the box. The price does not change, no matter how many products a customer adds to his box.
WooCommerce Mix & Match Review – UPDATED 2019
Price per product with box price (fee):
The price is calculated in real time when the customer adds products to the box. The merchant can add a fixed price / fee for the box.
Price per product without additional box price (fee):
You can choose not to add the box and have the price calculated based on the products that a customer adds to the box
Prefilled Box & Minimum / Maximum Product Option:
Merchants can prefill the field by adding products from the back office. Merchants can either prefill the entire box or partially refill it so that the customer can fill the rest with the products of his choice.
Mix & Match Products Example
Dealers can also mark the prefill product as optional or mandatory. The customer cannot remove the mandatory prefilled items. Define the minimum and maximum products that can be added to a box.
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Assortment planning within the framework of Category Management
In the previous chapters, assortment planning and the requirements for a market potential analysis at the lowest level of aggregation, the title, were considered. Reference has already been made at various points to the need for aggregation into title groups and the need to create assortments that are oriented to local demand. However, assortment planning should not be seen as a task that is separate from the rest of the company. Instead, it should be integrated into the company’s planning and target structures and coordinated with them. The discussion of the system-defining framework conditions of the press market has shown that although the press wholesaler has considerable room for manoeuvre in assortment planning, it does not act autonomously. In this respect, the target structures of the press wholesaler as well as those of the upstream and downstream stages, the publishing houses and the retail trade, must be taken into account.
Best Assortment Planning Tools
The concept of category management addresses these individual functions and the requirements across all economic levels. It is used successfully in the above-mentioned fields, especially in the consumer goods sector and especially in the food trade.257 The concept and process of category management are also presented in a form modified for the wholesale press. Subsequently, individual partial aspects that are significant for the research objective pursued are examined in more detail, with central points such as the formation of categories being the subject of separate chapters.
BEHAVIOUR-BASED BRANCH CLUSTERING
Many retailers create arbitrary clusters by geography or store format. RELEX’ behavioral clustering, on the other hand, uses pragmatic AI, allowing you to create store clusters based on local sales patterns. Shoppers evaluate product attributes such as brand or pack size differently. The software determines these preferences and identifies stores with similar demand patterns at category level.
It also recommends the optimal number of clusters per category to map these patterns. This is because customer groups differ, for example, in their purchases of fresh produce, but show very similar purchasing behavior for paper towels. Understand the reasons for your customers’ decisions and create optimized assortments that help you sell more and lose less.
EFFICIENT TAILOR-MADE ASSORTMENTS
Use our detailed analyses of sales patterns at category and store level: Let the software automatically recommend tailor-made assortments. The highly developed automation creates category and branch clusters and branch-specific assortments within minutes.
Intuitive and fast to use: Master all complex aspects of assortment management. The system considers local articles as well as available space in each store and allows planners to create their own business rules: for example, to ensure that core articles are available everywhere and assortment plans follow the category strategy.
Optimize local assortments for both business goals and customer needs, improving sales and margins.
Assortment planning: brainbi presents assortment analysis tool
Optimal assortment planning always poses a special challenge for trade and industry. In view of the different objectives, assortment optimization must be tailored to the following needs: While industrial companies aim to select their products from the existing range, retail companies want to optimize the shopping experience for their customers and increase the value of the entire shopping cart. To combine the two approaches, IRI has now developed an advanced, innovative analysis that will help both manufacturers and retailers grow.
brainbi’s Assortment Optimization provides assortment recommendations based on the sales of each individual product in each store’s specific assortment. It takes into account all exchange relationships between all the different products in a product group. Within an existing assortment, the volume that is transferred to other products when individual products are discontinued (transferable volume) is calculated using the product attributes. Instead of classic shopper surveys, actual sales are evaluated to determine the attractiveness of each individual product. By analyzing the value of various product attributes, Assortment Optimization can also uncover “white spots” in the assortment and provide significant support in the development of new products and innovations.
These features distinguish Assortment Optimization significantly from traditional approaches to assortment optimization, which make recommendations based on sales rankings, low granularity or without considering exchange relationships between individual products.
In addition, a simulation tool offers the possibility to examine different scenarios of assortment optimization in order to identify the most profitable composition of products in an assortment under different conditions.
Assortment Optimization supports retailers in managing a high-volume assortment and advises manufacturers which of their products are less interchangeable and provide real added value both for their own portfolio and for the assortment of the respective retailer. In this way, the end consumer finds the right product range in each market that appeals to him and satisfies him.