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Come join us for an epaCUBE Webinar “Optimizing Pricing & Gross Margin over Continuously Cleansed Product Data.”

Learn how other innovative companies are using epaCUBE to out negotiate, cut excess costs, improve customer service levels, recapture lost margins and optimize pricing & gross profit.

Title: Optimizing Pricing & Gross Margin over Continuously Cleansed Product Data

Date: Thursday, October 13, 2011

Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/714421416

Imperfect product data is proven to increase your costs and erode your profits. Recovering profits lost in data chaos requires automated data cleansing, systematic management of your data processes, pricing management and margin & pricing optimization.

Move beyond a historical look at what happened in the past…and use a proactive modeling and optimization approach which provides visibility into the future of what will happen with your pricing, costs, and gross margins.

Learn how your company can use epaCUBE to:

  • Put Processes in Place to Keep Product Data Clean on an on-going basis
  • Understand the “Effects of Product Data Changes” BEFORE Live Processing
  • Improve Gross Margin & Pricing through better Modeling, Management & Optimization techniques.
  • Model and manage the impact of cost changes on customer pricing and gross margin
  • Create “What if” scenarios to analyze the impact of changing cost, price or quantity on your gross margin
  • Create Price Sheets based on any effective date
  • Get visibility into information, like never before possible, to better manage and tune your pricing matrix

Who Should Attend: President,COO, CFO, CIO, VP Operations, VP Sales

Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/714421416

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About the Author:

Randy Hughes is Vice President of Sales and Marketing at epaCUBE (a leading supplier of pricing optimization, gross margin modeling and product data synchronization & cleansing software to the supply chain). Mr. Hughes has spent the last 25 years developing and marketing technology solutions for various aspects of automating the supply chain.

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