Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the Distribution Trend Dashboard shows individual product availability at individual stores using hyperlocal assortment data. We’re able to summarize this information in an easy-to-read chart that gives users the ability to compare their products against their competitors directly.

Datasembly’s Collection Team collects over 150 retailers at minimum on a weekly basis. For some categories at specific retailers, we may already be collecting more than once per week. Requests for more frequent collection from a retailer are evaluated on a case-by-case basis as availability and bandwidth differs. Please be aware that this additional service does come with an additional cost.

Typically, Datasembly delivers data to clients on Monday or Tuesday following the week it was collected. We’re currently beta testing new capabilities that allow us to deliver data to clients in more real time. Please let us know what your needs are and we can better evaluate our current and future ability to deliver data within your desired timing.

At this time, Datasembly’s platform is focused on providing our clients with hyperlocal pricing, promotions and assortment data. The data we collect is from public sources across the web and mobile applications that do not contain volume or transactional data. Currently our clients combine Datasembly data with volume data from other sources such as traditional syndicated data sets.

Datasembly’s pricing is very reasonable and compares favorably to competitors. Pricing is based on the number of retailers you want and the UPCs you are interested in. We’ll always work with you to provide scalable investment scenarios to fit in your budget.

Because our data comes from publicly available sources web, mobile, app and 3rd party delivery platforms, you can access not only your data, but your competitors and it is fully shareable.

Based on the level of an enterprise agreement, Datasembly does not limit the number of licenses that a company can have across their organization. In most cases, we believe data should be freely available for numerous users across the organization.