File enrichment data

File enrichment data

From Settings > Applications section, you can enrich your product data by file and modify elements of your strategy for each product.

In the same way that you can save data in the interface, you can perform massive imports by file to enrich your data.

                             

For the implementation of a margin-oriented strategy, this tool will be of great help to indicate your prices, for example like purchase prices, additional cost, tax, etc.

How to add file enriched data?

From Settings > Applications, click on the "Add integration" button in the "File data enrichment" cart

                   
1. Source name 

      Specify the desired name to identify this product data source and click "Next"

2. Download the template

      The "Download" button allows you to retrieve a model CSV file that contains your catalog and the fields that can be used by myPricing. You can use this file to enrich your existing catalog with data.

                 

- The "Continue without template" button will take you to step 3.

3. Select Mode 

      Now that, you have added the desired data to the template file or your own file is ready, you can import it into the application by choosing how you want to import it.
                                
- Upload file :  Allows you to choose a file directly from your computer
- URL Link : Enter a URL or web link directly (http://www.example.com/fichier.csv)  (The file will be processed automatically every day)
- FTP Link : Enter your FTP credentials and the file path (The file will be processed automatically every day)

Before proceeding to the next step, you will need to flag whether the first line of the file contains the column names.

                  
4. Map Import fields to myPricing Fields

       At this step, you need to match the field names myPricing with the column names of the imported file.

            

The "seller_reference" field must be associated, it is because of this field that the products are identified.
It is usually associated with the ID or SKU field.
When a field in myPricing field is crossed out, it means that it has already been associated in another data enrichment file.
If you still want to associate it with a field from this new source, you must first delete the first source or unassociate the field from it.

5.Validate and import

      All you have to do is click on the "Import data" button and the added data will be imported into myPricing.

           

Please note, 

What product data can be imported?

- Reference price
- Purchase price
- Additional cost
- Shipping costs
- Tax rate
- Sales platform commission rate


What policy settings can be imported?

- Minimum selling price
- Maximum selling price
- Freeze the sale price
- Disable automatic price optimization

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