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Retail Analytics - Product Line Performance Dashboard 
Retail Analytics - Product Line Performance Dashboard 
Written by Treez Admin
Updated over a week ago

Please Note: This article pertains to Retail Analytics dashboards functionality in the Latest Version of Treez.

The Retail Analytics Product Line Performance dashboard performance gives you a product’s historical data view trailing up to 90 days. You can drill down into this data by product brand, type, subtype, distributor, classification, and size.

Log into the Latest Version of Treez and navigate to Dashboard > RA> Sales> Product & Inventory> Product Line Performance:

Sellable Velocity vs Units Remaining

This bar graph shows the product brand and product type grouping by default. You can use the drill up arrow in the top right corner for brand level grouping and use the drill down arrow to get the product line level data.

Gross Margin vs. Avg Retail Price

For Treez customers that are familiar with AskTreez, this scatter plot might look familiar. It is indeed an upgraded version of our ABC / XYZ ranking chart from the Retail Product Performance dashboard.

We implemented this more intuitive graph to help you identify products with a high retail price and a high gross profit margin %. You can also view more information about am product's performance on a brand level when you move your cursor over a brand dot.

Pro Tip: start your product performance research with a few product types so that the scatter plot is not too crammed, which also improves the drill-up/drill-down loading time.

Also, take a trip down to the Product Line and Product Name performances using the Drill down function on the top right corner.

Brand Performance Broken Down by Price Bucket

Use this table to gain a visual on your product pricing distribution, how many brands are in each price bucket, and how fast each brand is selling.

Use the Bucket Size ($) slider to adjust bucket size should be. When set to 5, you will have $0 - $5, $5 - $10, $10 - $15, and so on with 5-dollar incremental increase.

Use the Retail Price ($) slider to draw the overall boundaries of your price bucket limits (both minimum and maximum). The first number will be the lower bound where the price bucket begins, and the upper bound will be the maximum amount that price bucket reaches.

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