Here's what makes Omnia unique
Full flexibility and freedom
Combine the ability to set pricing rules with a powerful algorithm that takes the price elasticity of products into account. No matter how you want to set your prices, you have the freedom to find what works best for your company.
Implement pricing rules
Easily implement any pricing rule you can think of in Omnia, and go as granular as you like. Whether it's at the category or even the product level, Omnia lets you define the rules for yourself.
Add price elasticity
Omnia's system calculates every single product's sensitivity to price changes in relation to your sales volume, then uses that data to calculate better prices than humanly possible. This means that every single product in your assortment is optimized automatically at all times — no hassle whatsoever.
Set a strategy and pricing rules, then let Dynamic Pricing take over the tedious, data-heavy part of the job. As a fully automated system, Omnia gathers competitor pricing data, your own internal data, calculates prices, and then automatically adjust them for you so you can focus on monitoring and strategy, not task management.
Dynamic Pricing should never be a black box, and with Omnia you'll never wonder why the software is calculated at a certain price. With the “Show Me Why” button you can see every rule the software followed to reach a pricing decision. If you don't agree, you can manually override that choice
Use all the tools at your disposal to immediately get better prices than any human could calculate.
See what's happening across your entire assortment, then deploy any strategy you need.
Drive profitable growth
Easily boost your profitability and keep your store relevant with automated price changes.
More than anything, Omnia helped us take control of our pricing across an organization that has a wide variety of stakeholders.
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