Markets and Competition
Major US Airline Decides NOT to Charge Additional FeesA major US airline wanted to explore several options to generate new profits through ancillary products or changes to existing policies. Although the revenue generation through charging additional fees was apparent in the short term, prior to implementing a policy change, the airline opted to evaluate the long term perceived impact on brand equity, market share and customer loyalty.
American Motor Vehicle Market SimulationOne of the world’s leading motor vehicle producers needed a strategic forecast of their performance in the US market for the next five years. The company wanted to estimate the dynamics of demand on their product and the expected revenue, taking into account current clients, dealers, competitors, and the used vehicle market. Their main objective was to determine how much product the company would need to produce in the following years.
Modeling of a Pharmaceutical Product LaunchOne of the huge pharmaceutical companies employed Bayser Consulting for development of product launch strategy. Simulation modeling was applied for reconstruction of interactions between the company, doctors and patients.