Latest Improvements to Conjoint Simulator
Drag and drop products and scenarios
Drag-and-drop functionality allows you to easily move scenarios and SKUs within a worksheet and share them between worksheets. Dealing with many SKUs is now a much easier experience – simply drag-and-drop SKUs inside the simulator.
Added support for SKU groups: Under “Advanced settings”, create a group of concepts from a particular scenario and then easily move them between scenarios and worksheets.
The aim of these improvements is to speed up the process of creating simulation scenarios. We’ve noticed when working with a large number of SKUs, our clients needed an agile solution to quickly duplicate and populate products and scenarios. This comes handy when you have a consistent baseline across multiple scenarios of introducing NPDs.
New volume, revenue, profitability display options
Duplicate volume, revenue, price calculations (VRP): You can now create and duplicate VRP calculations and apply them across various worksheets using the “Duplicate calculations” feature under the VRP settings drop-down menu, or by hovering over the worksheet title and clicking the “Copy” button.
Display revenue and market share totals: We have made our VRP charts more accessible by adding revenue totals and market share totals options. Select “Show as totals” under the VRP display settings to calculate the total revenue for each scenario. Selecting “Show as share of total” will transform projected revenue share into a calculation for market share.
Show competitor prices: For a more comprehensive interpretation of price elasticity charts, our display settings now allow you to “Show competitor prices”. Enabling this option will display competitor prices on the price elasticity curve.
Choose number display: You can also toggle between showing or hiding graph numbers for clearer visual representation if required.
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Written on 27 April 2021 by:
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