Pricing Analysis- An Important Factor Shaping the Revenues: Ken Research


A pricing strategy refers to methods that small businesses take to set prices for their goods or services. The pricing strategy generally takes into account key segments such as the ability to pay, market conditions, competitor actions, trade margins, and any other input costs. Pricing analysis is also targeted and defined by the customers and against the major competitors. The right pricing can be determined by the strategies which take account of business factors, like revenue goals, marketing objectives, target audience, brand positioning, and other product attributes. The pricing analysis is also motivated by the external factors associated with consumer demand, competitor’s pricing, and the overall market and economic trends.

Create Right Pricing Strategy:-

The right pricing strategies have many input factors to consider while forming price or strategy for both short and long-term:-

  • It should add value
  • How/What market is ready to pay
  • Price supporting the brand
  • Will it raise revenue and the market share
  • Maximizing the profits

Moreover, in the case of economy pricing which usually works on the sustainably of the lower overhead costs than the key competitors. The economy customers always lookout for the “best the deal,” and are not afraid to switch the suppliers to obtain.

Price Analysis, How to Analyze

The adequate price analysis includes adequate the price associated to sustain in the competition wherein the specifications are not definitive, tolerances are restrictive, and production capacity limits those eligible to bid. The price analysis may also ensure that the departments are adhering to strategic cost methods already set by the supply chain leaders.

The price analysis includes the following points:-

  • Analysis of the previous price paid
  • Comparison of Seller’s Price with that of In-house estimate
  • Comparison of quotations from the Multiple Sellers
  • Comparing with Government Standard Rates

Pricing Analytics Models and tools:-

Pricing Analytics eases companies across the industries, to ensure success by identifying the optimal prices & the pricing strategy formulated with the pricing analytics models and tools. The pricing solution also limits to understand the driving customers buying decisions, and integrate knowledge to meet the right pricing requirements.

The pricing analytics models are based on inputs factors associated to examine the existing market data, pricing optimization engines developed for predicting the volumes based on a change in price and other attributes. Moreover, models focus on grouping similar customers/products with related behaviors to clients that can manage customer/product profiles more effectively.

Effective Pricing Strategy:-

  • Penetration Pricing

Penetration pricing sets low cost and faithful quality equals high demand.

  • Image Pricing

The companies charge different prices for similar kind of a product based on an image that a product enjoys in a market. Image pricing includes the effects associated to get the value based on opinions of customers, which they further put into what brand provides despite the actual price point or the quality of product or service.

  • Price Skimming

Price skimming includes business taking a bit destructive style by launching & promoting new, trendy or much-improved products or services that charge a high price point for a short period of time followed by lowering when demand falls. It also involves setting a high price on a low-quality product, with the aim of generating revenue as possible to the small number of people.

  • Competitor product and pricing analysis

A competitive product and pricing analysis usually find the competition and evaluating of the strategies for governing the strengths and weaknesses relative to the businesses, product, and service.

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