The company offers +25,000 products from +150 brands, including over 2,000 they manufacture and market under their own brands.
Their decision to enter the manufacturing side led to success with retailers like The Home Depot, where they gained steady traction in multiple categories. This often leads to product onboarding complexity, according to Jay Antokol, marketing manager at Tiger Supplies, because each category has many different, specific attributes, which change frequently when retailers do a category refresh.
Using Stibo Systems PDS (Product Data Syndication) enabled Tiger to streamline and accelerate the process, while improving data quality.
Their relationship with The Home Depot grew fast, from a handful of SKUs to thousands, and revenues followed.
“PDS makes you really fast,” Antokol said. For Tiger, “it was a game changer.”
The Business Payoff
Time is money: What used to take weeks or even months is done in a few days.
When Tiger began using PDS a few years ago, they offered about 100 products on The Home Depot’s site. Now it’s +1,000. PDS played an important role enabling that by dramatically accelerating the onboarding process. In addition, by making sure data is accurate and up-to-date, they’ve strengthened their relationship, while growing associated revenue as much as 20X.
The Customer Experience
An easy-to-use, intuitive solution from an equally reliable, supportive provider.
Keeping up with the changing requirements of a major retailer can be a demanding process. For Tiger, the challenge was amplified working across over 50 dynamic product categories with unique and evolving requirements. PDS’ intuitive design and cloud-based interface addressed this challenge by making bulk item onboarding fast and easy.