Capacity, Costs and Allocations
The first step in pricing your monthly fee is to define total customer capacity, average occupancy percentage, direct costs, commissions, and the allocation of professionals to perform the service
With the initial data you have registered, you will analyze the total cost on the next tab and you can set a profit margin to understand how your final price will behave in a general way.
Point-of-Balance Study and Simulations
Only cost and margin values can fool you when it comes to pricing. So in the spreadsheet you will have a section dedicated to the analysis of the sales volume that you intend to do within a certain pricing with the possibility of testing several different scenarios.
Finally, every company is inserted in a certain market and the prices charged by the competition must be taken into account to correctly position the business. So, before closing the final price, we suggest in the spreadsheet an analysis of your competitors for a perfect view of costs, break-even and market positioning!
Control panels with the main indicators and graphs related to the pricing of the desired monthly payment