CATEGORY MANAGEMENT FAQs
Below, is a list of all of the category management definitions you need to be a great category manager. Each question contains a keyword and its definition, to get you started on the basics of the topic and the frequently asked questions. Furthermore, you will also find helpful category management tips and explanations mentioned across our website:
The first category management definition is accounts payable. This is money owed by the retailer to the suppliers for goods, services. An Accounts Payable Department ensures the correct settlement of these debts.
So there we have it, all the FAQs you need to be a great category manager. For a comprehensive guide to how supplier collaboration can maximise your profitability, check out our Ultimate Guide to Category Management.
Also, you can read a list of terms frequently used when discussing Retail Category Management.
Alternatively, check out the below:
- Category Management Training Course
- This training course overview aims to provide you with new ways of working, fresh thinking, and practical tools and techniques. This Category Management Training course will ensure you, as a Category Manager can keep ahead of your competitors.
- Category Manager Skills
- Do you want to improve your Category Management skills? We are on a mission to build the best Category Tips list in the world. A list containing the top 100 Category Manager Skills that will lead to more profitable Category wins for you
- Benefits of Category Management
- To realise these benefits the range of products is broken down into 7 groups to make it more manageable, called ‘Categories’. Let’s look more closely at the seven benefits of adopting the discipline of Category Management.
- Category Manager E-Assessment
- Category management is about identifying opportunities, selling opportunities, and landing opportunities that drive category sales and profit. Complete this Category Manager e-Assessment to learn more about how you can improve your approach, following this tried and tested 7-stage model