“Focusing on value-based pricing time and again provides the greatest revenue and margin potential,” said Dave Leonard President, APL.
Seal Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
Advanced Pricing Logic (APL), a leading provider of price optimization tools for internet retailers will be demonstrating Promoter® at IRCE. The IRCE will be held June 10 - 13, 2014 at the McCormick Place West Chicago, IL. The IRCE is an Internet Retailing convention for the ecommerce industry. Advanced Pricing Logic (APL) will be exhibiting in booth number 1007.
Promoter® from Advanced Pricing Logic allows companies to increase profits and decrease costs in a powerful, easy to use integrated price management and price optimization suite. This analytical solution works in unison and connects seamlessly with Sage 100 ERP, Sage 300 ERP, Sage 500 ERP, Sage ERP X3, Epicor and Microsoft Dynamics ERP software. For organizations that must maintain control over thousands upon thousands of SKU’s, Promoter® streamlines the pricing process by providing a robust host of intelligent tools to price quickly, efficiently, and surgically where necessary saving days upon days of time annually.
The myriad of pricing problems that continue to hold back organizations are solved with this innovative and valuable solution. This software was conceived and developed out of the needs of the founders own multi-million dollar retail and distribution business. From everyday pricing to discounting, and optimizing the maze of kitted SKU complexities, Promoter® answers the needs of internet retailers, retailers and distributors everywhere.
Advanced Pricing Logic is exhibiting at the IRCE and will be demonstrating Promoter® in Expo booth 1007. Attendees may enter to win a dinner for two here a $100 value.
About Advanced Pricing Logic (APL)
Advanced Pricing Logic (APL) was born in 2010 as a software company with laser focus on helping mid-market retail firms to perfect and automate the mission critical process of pricing. Promoter® is now a commercially available software product. Keeping control of prices on a high volume of products can be an enormous and complicated task. Manually populated spreadsheets are the most common tool used to manage price today. Price management is too powerful a lever for companies to not take advantage of every possible means of improvement. For more information please visit us at http://www.advancedpricinglogic.com.