Revenue Analytics : Revenue Management, Price Optimization and Demand Forecasting

Eliminate
The Unknowns

How hard can it be?
All you have to do is predict the future.

Revenue Analytics is a tech-enabled consulting firm that helps some of the world’s biggest companies answer their biggest revenue decisions - like what to charge, what to stock, and what to promote when. The challenge is that these questions can have millions of variables and many unknown outcomes. How do you eliminate the unknowns so you can increase revenue without increasing risk?

How We Do It

Battle-Tested
Technology

You don’t want generic, off-the-shelf solutions, but you can’t spend years creating something from scratch. So we build your tools with best-in-class predictive components on a robust cloud platform.

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A Process Solving For The Human Equation

Because everything hinges on adoption, we start at your starting place, not ours. Your people are involved each step of the way. And we make sure that anyone who will use your solution knows how to drive it.

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Recent News

Fighting Amazon’s Supply Chain Takeover

In late 2015, Amazon received a license from the U.S. government to act as a freight forwarder for ocean container shipping. That approval came on the heels of Amazon winning a similar license from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce. Armed […]

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Analytics and the Evolution of Key Value Items

In order to manage an ever growing assortment of Stock Keeping Units (SKUs), retailers adopted the notion of Key Value Items (KVIs), which are the items believed to most drive brand perception. Historically, retailers have identified such items through varying […]

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We can help you answer the questions that are holding back your growth
Prescriptive analytics: because the worst unknown is not knowing what to do next

Featured Blogs

Amazon Comes for the Logistics Industry

It was bound to happen sooner or later. Late last year, Amazon received a license from the U.S. government to act as a freight forwarder for ocean container shipping. That approval came on the heels of Amazon winning a similar […]

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