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Understanding how pricing and customer profitability affect your bottom line is the first step toward maximizing it. This self-paced online course will help increase your understanding and support better decision-making for pricing and profitability.
Organizations can significantly increase their bottom lines by better understanding the importance of contribution margin, pricing and customer profitability.
Customers that contribute the largest amount of revenue are not necessarily the most profitable. This course will provide you with examples that look critically at customer profitability, and demonstrate how a contribution margin income statement and cost-volume-profit analysis can lead to more effective decision-making and planning.
This course also provides a high-level overview of the importance of, and key ingredients in, creating an effective pricing strategy, and will act as a useful roadmap to help increase your bottom line and begin your journey managing profitability and pricing.
Note: This course is a part of the Performance Management and Strategy Certificate.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
Mid-level professionals with experience across a variety of industries, including:
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May 22, 2019
Explore important emerging technologies in accounting, business and finance at this must-attend conference for senior leaders. Connect with peers, experts and pioneers on best-fit technology solutions for your clients or organization.
This event has multiple dates and locations. See event details for more information.
Are you a preparer, director, practitioner, investor or contributor who reports, oversees, assesses or uses performance measures? Learn how you can help improve the quality of performance measures by leveraging this framework.
April 25, 2019
This webinar, part of CPA Canada's IFRS webinar series, provides you with the latest updates on issues of relevance to Canadian public companies, including key changes to IFRS and Canadian securities legislation.