Customer Voices

“Significant sales gains in the top segment”

“By the analysis, we have understood that we really need only a fraction of market-driven diversity.”

 

Odego Analytics

Less is more. Tailor-made portfolios in the optimum between maximum sales, profit, customer satisfaction and the smallest possible diversity are the way to success. Therefore we are using state-of-the-art approaches like data mining and artificial intelligence for highly dynamic market simulations, to give you new insights into your portfolio. In addition to costs and customer satisfaction, you can optimize the share of standard parts and minimize process variants.

The results provide an optimized, robust portfolio

Key figures then enable a quantitative evaluation of the calculated portfolio concept. Using this you can:

  • Quantify portfolio and customers and discover new potential
  • Identify, analyze and reduce exotic and weak variants.
  • Build successful option packages, excluding weak combinations
  • Recognize and reorient profit-enhancing variants

The results are provided as interactive tools. This enables you to answer the relevant questions even after completing the project.

Sehen Sie ihr Portfolio aus einem völlig neuen Winkel und treffen Sie die richtigen Entscheidungen.

View your portfolio from a completely new perspective and make the right decisions.

Industry-specific to success

Our building block for optimizing your portfolio is suitable for any portfolio size. Starting with plant and special machine construction with small quantities up to series manufacturers, an optimum between several conflicting targets can be calculated. The objectives will be individually adapted to your particular problem description. This enables us to align your portfolio precisely with your industry-specific success strategy.

With innovative software functions, we achieve results that are market-leading in accuracy and efficiency.

Customer Voices

“Significant sales gains in the top segment”

“By the analysis, we have understood that we really need only a fraction of market-driven diversity.”