Lost revenue calculator: Find your lost sales with digital shelf analytics

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Use our calculator to reveal your lost sales opportunities and how you can turn these into revenue with digital shelf analytics.

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In digital commerce, every conversion counts. For each sale you make, there are sales you may lose. Want to see what missing product information, out-of-stock, or poor visibility may cost you in lost sales opportunities? Take a look below and calculate your average lost revenue.

The results might surprise you.

why managing your product information matters

Recent consumer data shows 44% of online shoppers start at marketplaces to find and purchase products. The opportunity for revenue on the digital shelf is high, but so are the opportunities to lose sales.

Patience is short on the digital shelf and if shoppers don’t find what they want immediately, they don’t ask for help. They switch sites.

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How do you compare? Are you doing better or worse than average?

Move the sliders to find out how common errors on the digital shelf impact your sales.
*This calculation is based on average data from current digital shelf customers from across the globe. Inriver ran a survey of 6,000 online shoppers in the US, Germany, and UK digging into the importance of quality product information, where they begin their online searches, and uncovering the strong emotions triggered when brands get it wrong.

Your annual lost sales opportunities

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