How to Manage Unlimited Pricing Strategies With 1 Engine

Sep 18, 2020

Pricing Revenue Management Engine

Here’s the story, of a guy named Brady

Who was struggling with pricing on his own,

With so much stuff, to track and update,

He felt all alone.

Till one day when he heard about this product

And he knew it was much more than a hunch,

That this tool, could quickly manage pricing

Now RPM has made him pleased as punch.

If you grew up in the 70s then you know The Brady Bunch, 2 families coming together in 1 house well Rockton Pricing Management (RPM) takes a bunch of pricing strategies and puts them together in one pricing engine.

This engine is the place where all the magic happens.

All updates, calculations, adjustments, attributes are managed and executed in here. All you have to do is set it up and then RPM will take care of the rest. That’s why it’s the most flexible, powerful, multi-platform (yes, it works with any ERP!) pricing solution ever available.



How does it work?

It takes a starting value such as a price sheet, an input value, and uses all the calculations in the engine and then spit back out the final price with those adjustments.

You can have unlimited price sheets, you can stack them, you can setup a few items that are an exception to the rule.

There are many ways to configure and manage your pricing revenue management strategies with this one engine.

No more replication of data

Take and entire list of 50,000 items instead of replicating that whole list you can now say this other price list is now a simple calculation of 5% more than this one.

With RPM you will be able to minimize data entry, simplify the system, and provide an audit trail to show how that price was calculated.

Get the behind the scenes view of all the calculations and adjustments that determined the final price.

What’s next?

We know when it comes to pricing it can be overwhelming and there’s a lot to consider.

If you’re not sure where to begin when it comes to a pricing strategy or just need some guidance, here’s a checklist to help you get started.

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