So, your supplier does not provide the data you need in an API? Or maybe you want to know the prices of your competitors real-time? If either of these sounds like you, product scraping is likely your best option. Scraping e-commerce and marketplaces large-scale isn't an easy task. High-volume scraping means dealing with blocking, captchas and high server costs if unoptimized. And I've seen multiple datasets being completely ruined when the prices occasionally displayed in different currencies. Or missing a large part of the products by not accounting for category display limits. Over the last 6 years, I've helped Fortune 100 companies spy on each other, small e-commerce businesses fill their listings and provide datasets for scientific research. If you want data from the large US or international retailer or marketplace, likely I already worked with it in some form. Yes, my hourly rate is a bit higher than the average in scraping. However, I would argue that if you want your scraper to work reliably and cost-effectively over a long time, you don't want to cut corners. If you don't want having to ask for maintenance a week into using the scraping app because that's how much it took their anti-scraping tech to detect you, I can help you. And of course, if something does go wrong, I can fix it as quickly as possible.