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Assessing Your Pricing Capabilities

How to Identify and Prioritize Opportunities for Improvement in Your Pricing Function

Understandably, most companies are pretty secretive about their pricing capabilities. As a result, it can be challenging to know how your pricing function really stacks up. You might think your capabilities are pretty good---or even ahead of curve---when in reality, you're woefully behind and at a serious competitive disadvantage. As it's our job to research what leading companies are doing, the team here at PricingBrew is in a unique position to help. In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn about:

  • How to leverage "3 P" assessments to estimate the quality and efficacy of your pricing.
  • The seven major areas of strategic and tactical pricing capability you'll want to assess.
  • A straightforward method of identifying specific functional weaknesses and capability gaps.
  • Considerations and tips for improving the objectivity and credibility of your findings.

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