The Analysis of Cost vs. Associated Value
This type of analysis is done using the results from the conjoint analysis, along with data provided by the client. We then analyze the cost of offering a particular feature level versus the value that consumers associate with it. The goal of this type of analysis is to identify feature levels where perceived value exceeds the cost of offering that feature level.
Choose the cost versus value option at the proposal stage or request after the conjoint project is completed.
We then use the results from the conjoint analysis to develop the cost versus value chart.
Use the chart’s clear direction to assist with product feature decision-making.
Track Record of Success
Our cost-value analysis is a recent addition to our suite of conjoint analysis deliverables, and is our most popular new decision-making tool. With over 30 years of industry experience, DSS has worked and continues to work with some of the biggest names in the health care industry. Our work and proven results in cost-value analysis and the development of analytical tools has kept clients coming back year after year, making DSS the most trusted and reliable firm in this space.
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