How Does Market Simulation Work?
Used primarily in association with our conjoint analysis process, our market simulation process uses the estimated parameters from those analyses to estimate market response to different product and pricing options. DSS provides this as a tool that the client can use to play out whatever scenarios they wish regarding pricing and product features.
Choose the Dominator™ Simulation option from our original conjoint proposal
On completion of the conjoint study our experts parameterize the Dominator™ model with the results
Our team deliver the Excel-based tool to you.
Proven Track Record and Results
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 market simulation research solutions 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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