Users can easily analyse a portfolio position against potential market change to manage risk and protect profit margin, with complete confidence and transparency throughout a portfolio down to the finest level of detail. enPrice also offers post-sales portfolio analysis and detailed reconciliation reports.
enPrice calculates quotes by combining defined energy costs and associated charges – such as distribution charges, transmission system costs and levies – into one simple-to-understand customer quote.
Sales teams can generate quotes and negotiate prices in real time and with complete confidence, therefore improving the service offered and delivering real value to a business.
The software’s price configuration capability allows users to quickly create new pricing scenarios using a number of bulk ‘create’, ‘update’ and ‘escalate’ capabilities.
This reduces the time, effort and cost of ongoing configuration and data maintenance, as well as reducing risk through keying errors.
The commodity retail pricing solution allows businesses to analyse their portfolio position via its powerful analysis capabilities.
Historical and scenario-based data can be used to compare the current position against future changes caused by charge movements, market changes or variations in client usage.
This enables effective management of portfolio risk and ensures profit margins are always secure.
enPrice is designed to handle the pricing requirements for all power (Half-Hour and Non-Half Hour) and gas (Daily Metered and Non-Daily Metered) in multiple currencies – and potentially for multiple company brands – from within a single application.
Fixed price fixed term contracts and bespoke Half-Hour pricing (including basket quotes) are all supported with ready to use technology.
enPrice calculates quotes by combining defined energy costs and associated charges (such as distribution charges, transmission system costs and levies). Customisable workflows within enPrice provide flexibility, thus supporting your processes and increasing efficiency.
Curves can be used to represent cost elements which vary periodically for accurate quotations, enabling your organisation to stay one step ahead of market changes.
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