Did you know that aggregates companies often leave at least 5% revenue on the table? That is a big number for any size of organisation – in a report from our sister title Aggregates Business.
Keeping both investors and customers happy in terms of return on investment and competitive pricing can appear to be conflicting interests. The challenge is to find a way to see them as complementary and to what extent.
Our previous feature outlined how Economic Value Added (EVA) is being used by many leading companies to assess their financial performance.
This is where accurate pricing comes in, because pricing has a huge impact on total revenue and is a key component in a company’s profitability. But how much time, effort and structured thought are you placing on this obvious driver for a healthy P&L and, eventually, a healthy balance sheet?
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