Kitting and Bundling Software
Analision has a powerful and unique Kitting feature that allows your business to maximize potential sales through several SKU variations. Make different kit types, or bundles, to accommodate your product’s needs and expand on customer inventory selection.
A smart process to dictate altrenative SKUs for kit components
Automate each step of the kitting process.
Automatically calculate and updated quantities
Understanding Kitting and Bundling
Bundling is a marketing strategy that helps your business offer convenience for the customer by facilitating the purchase of several products and/or services from one company. Bundling is a way to bundle or bundle related products and services together.
You should decide if You want to sell your products separately at individual prices, or in packages of products or bundles at a “package price” Some companies devise entire marketing strategies based on bundling. Some example of bundling includes option packages on new automobiles, cart parts, etc. It’s more cost-effective to sell an item in bundles than it is to offer it separately. If you offer discounts, this will stimulate demand, which may enable you to sell products or services you otherwise had a hard time selling, and make more sales.
Expand Your Sales with Analision Kitting And Bundling
Why Kit & Bundle?
Both B2C and B2B companies can benefit from kitting and bundling for a number of reasons, including:
How Bundling and Kitting Can Help You Increase Profits
In eCommerce fulfillment, kitting and bundling have different definitions. While some define each phrase differently, others interchangeably use the terms. Both kitting and bundling, which both relate to selling things in groups rather than individually, can help you boost sales and profitability. Here is the information you need to structure your inventory so that you can benefit from these fulfillment procedures.
How Kitting And Bundling Can Expand Your Online Store
Kitting offers many benefits for businesses, 3PL companies, and consumers. These are just some of the benefits of kitting:
Greater efficiency in warehousing. One of the biggest benefits of kit is that it streamlines the picking and packing process. All products sold together in a kitting are stored together. This saves valuable time for your employees, as they no longer have to walk through the entire warehouse to find the products. In addition, you save time and money if you carry out your regular inventory.
Types of product kits
Subscription boxes. Subscription boxes are the prime example of product kitting in e-commerce fulfillment. From subscriptions like Dollar Shave Club to curated boxes like Birchbox and FabFitFun, the success of subscription offerings depends heavily on effective kitting strategies that bring multiple products together and enhance brand discovery opportunities.
Boxed Sets/Gift Sets. Brands that offer a large number of SKU variations for a single product can benefit from assembling those variations into attractive product sets that increase average order value. For example, customers are less likely to purchase just one color of lipstick when they have the opportunity to purchase multiple at a discounted price. Product bundles also make great gifts for the holiday season and beyond, especially when presented in attractive packaging.
Pre-Assembled Kits. Some products require post-purchase assembly by the consumer, which means an extensive assembly of components by the manufacturer or warehouse. The most famous example is IKEA’s infamous flat-pack furniture. Inventory tracking is extremely important to ensure that the pre-assembled kits are properly packaged and contain everything that is stated in the instructions.
One-off/individual goods. US-based FabFitFun is known for offering its customers a mix of customized and curated product offerings with every box. Although on-demand kits are much more complex than pre-assembly strategies, they allow brands to offer customers higher-quality kitting options. The ability to create kits from a pre-selected selection of products, e.g. for a gift box or an outfit refresher, is a key selling point for customers who value convenience and want flexibility and choice.