Feature Update: The New Dashboard for Suppliers Is Now Available!

We are happy to announce that we have just released a feature often requested by our sellers: the new supplier dashboard.

The dashboard makes your performance on 100% CheMondis transparent and is thus a great example of how digitalization and data availability can help to grow your business further.

The dashboard is divided into three different areas:

  1. Traffic Analysis
  2. Turnover
  3. Transaction Overview

Let’s have a closer look…

Traffic Analysis

Number of Active Products

This is the number of uploaded and active Products from your company. Only active products are visible to potential buyers and thus available for requests.

Number of Page Views

This shows your top 5 products by page views within the last 30 days, as well as the number of page views of all products within the last 7 days.

Please note that this number might actually be even higher than displayed. This is for 2 reasons:

1)Technically, only page views of visitors that accepted the CheMondis cookies can be counted;

2) Views of your products on the search results page are not included.

Turnover overview

Total Turnover

This part shows the all-time total turnover of all transactions you have completed on CheMondis and a chart related to your transactions in the last 6 months.

Turnover by Product

This shows the turnover generated via CheMondis for your top 5 products on CheMondis (all-time).

Transaction overview

Open Requests

The numbers of open requests grouped by status. This can help you to know how many buyers are still waiting for a quote or an offer, but also when a request is declined and closed.

Request History

The request history provides an overview of all requests received on CheMondis by type of request: sample, quote or agreement.

How Does It Help you Doing Business on CheMondis?

The number of page views is very important for every supplier as it gives an indication of how interested buyers are in reviewing and requesting a certain product.

If the number of views is high or rising over time, this is good news. It indicates that the product is properly described and that there is high online demand for this product.

If the number of views is low or decreasing, it signals that the product might be ranking too low. There are two main reasons for this: 1) the product details and the product descriptions are not detailed enough; 2) your answer time to incoming quotes should be improved. Our algorithm sorts results by relevance for buyers. A high level of detail and a fast answering time are both indicators of relevance for a buyer. For registered suppliers, we do provide some tips on how to increase page views on our help center.

Stay Tuned for More.

What you can see now, is just the first version. We will continuously improve and extend the functionalities of the dashboard. Stay tuned.

Now It Is Up to you.

Did you already check your dashboard? How to do like our new feature? Do you have any feedback regarding the dashboard or any other feature? Leave us a comment below and let us know.

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