Optimal Price Analysis
Optimal Price Analysis is a mathematical computation that helps a business identify the point where it realize the maximum of profit.
This Optimal price calculator allows a business to accomplish the following:
- » Determine the quantity it needs to produce or sell in order to realize the maximum of profit;
- » Determine the selling price it needs to charge for a specific quantity you sell in order to realize the maximum of profit.
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- Complementarily, in order in order to do an Optimal Price Analysis for your business, we offer a calculator free of charge.
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Definitions and terms used in the Optimal Price Analysis
- Variable Cost per Unit
- The cost that vary with the production or the purchase of one unit.
- Fixed Cost (FC)
- The cost that remains constant within a range of production or sales, regardless of the number of units produced or sold within that range. Typical fixed costs are: rent, mortgage, equipment, salaries, insurance, fixed utilities (office utilities) etc.
- Current selling price
- The price that a unit is currently sold for.
- Current selling units
- The number of units currently sold or produced.
- Maximum capacity (Units)
- The constraint regarding the maximum number of units that the company can produce or sell.
- Maximum financing capacity
- The constraint regarding the financing capacity of the company (bank accounts, credit cards, lines of credit etc.).
- Price elasticity of demand (PeD)
- The responsiveness of the quantity demanded of a good or service to the increase or decrease in its price. As a general rule, sales increase with drop in prices and decrease with rise in prices.
- Typically, PeD has a negative value. For our purpose, in order to make it easier for our users, we will consider the absolute value of PeD. By default we setup PeD as 1 (unit elastic).
- The meaning of PeD value is:
- PeD = 0: Perfectly inelastic
- 0 < PeD < 1: Relatively inelastic or inelastic demand
- PeD = 1: Unit (or unitary) elastic
- 1 < PeD < ∞: Relatively elastic or elastic demand
- PeD = ∞: Perfectly elastic
- Optimal Price
- The selling price where the company realize its maximum of profit.
- Optimal Units
- The number of selling units to be sold in order to realize the maximum of profit.
- Total Variable Cost (VC)
- The cost that varies directly with the number of units produced or sold. Typical variable costs are: materials, packaging and shipping, sales commission, hourly wages, variable utilities (factory utilities) etc.
- Total Variable Cost = Selling Units x Variable Cost per Unit
- Total Cost (TC)
- Total expenses incurred in the process of producing or selling a number of units.
- Total Cost (TC) = Fixed Cost (FC) + Total Variable Cost (VC)
- Total Revenue
- The total sales value of the units produced or sold.
- Total Revenue = Selling Units x Selling Price per Unit
- The benefits from producing or selling a number of units.
- Profit = Total Revenue - Total Cost