Meet Conjoint.ly at CeBIT Australia 2018 (15 -17 May 2018)

15 -17 May 2018, Sydney. Conjoint.ly present at CeBIT Australia at booth C27, International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour.

Learn how to use automation to drive growth through key insights for product management.

Know which features to build

Prioritise features that will drive purchase decisions

Set optimal pricing for profit and growth

Take into account customer preferences, competitor offers, and your costs

Test product concepts before investing

Get your target market to predict what will be a commercial success

Conjoint.ly embodies thoroughly tested methods rooted in marketing science, helping you impact your bottom line. Conjoint.ly is an automated market research platform, complete with expert support and research services. It means you get actionable, quality-assured customer insights more efficiently, in time for your next development sprint.

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