With every sales bid, there are new data that can be used to improve pricing. Yet, much of this potential remains untapped. Why? Because data gaps and uncontrolled sales cycle data variables are significant roadblocks. Find out how Vistaar’s leading edge pricing practices and price science techniques can help you overcome the roadblocks. It’s worth the effort because effective use of field sales information can materially improve your deal margin, your win-rates, and ultimately your earnings per share.
Vistaar invites you to attend David Glenn’s presentation at the Professional Pricing Society’s Spring Conference #PPSCHI18 on May 4th. David is Vistaar’s Vice President of Pricing Science and his presentation is entitled: How well does your pricing organization learn from the field?
Attendees will learn
- Strategies for effectively using bid data to close the pricing feedback loop
- The case for capturing more bid data from the field
- Practical considerations for controlled pricing experiments
If you are unable to join Vistaar at the PPS conference and If you’d like to learn more about our pricing software solutions or would like to arrange a demo. please contact us.
About David Glenn, Vice President, Optimization Group
David leads Vistaar’s global optimization group which is responsible for applying machine learning, econometric modeling, statistics, and mathematical programming to help Vistaar customers optimize pricing. David brings over twenty years of experience delivering advanced analytical solutions to leading manufacturers and retailers. David has an M.S. and Ph.D. in operations research from the University of Michigan and a B.S. in statistics from Utah State University.
Vistaar Technologies is a leading SaaS pricing software provider that enables companies to optimize pricing, promotion, configuration, and rebate management. Our solutions are powered by predictive models leveraged by machine learning that deliver profitable growth and maximize shareholder value. Our world-class customer base spans a broad range of industries throughout the Global 2000 and includes: manufacturing, beverage alcohol, retail, and many others.