Track product sales performance, customer returns and free replacements – Sales diagnostics
Provides visibility into Amazon’s in-stock inventory of products, including on-hand sellable units, open purchase order quantity, and net received units – Inventory health
Gives up-to-date insights into all of the products in the Amazon catalog, their list prices, and prep instructions – Product catalog
Used for planning purposes, to provide an educated guess based on sales data to that can provide a baseline that can be adjusted for anticipated peaks – Forecast and inventory planning (aka ARA demand forecast)
This question is a part of the Uses and benefits of Amazon Retail Analytics chapter from Get to know Vendor Central lesson unit. You can find all the answers asked in this exam on our Get to know Vendor Central Answers page.