Once our projection has completed, we can get to the results page by clicking the View Results button on the top right of the projection.
If you are not still in your projection, you can also get there by clicking on Analyze at the top of the page. This leads to a page with a list of runs. Click on the run you want to look at.
We will not go over all the features of the results details page in this guide. If you need more information about viewing or creating dashboards or creating custom query results, please see the Analyzing Results sections of the Technical Guide. Or look at the Viewing Results section of our Getting Started Guide.
Creating Custom Dashboards
Several of the standard System Dashboards will provide useful details to you about pricing results, including the Income Statement and Balance Sheet reports. But, we're going to jump right into creating a new dashboard to view our pricing results. Every company's pricing metrics and needs are a little different. The custom dashboards in SLOPE give you plenty of flexibility to create custom reports to suit your specific needs.
Click on the "Add New" at the top of the Dashboards section. Enter "Pricing Cell Results" as the name and click the Create Button.
Click "New Tile" in the upper left of your dashboard to add a new tile.
We will now see a list of areas to explore. Click on Model Point Results so we can view results for individual pricing cells. We are going to create a table that shows the following variables as of the issue date of our policies.
- Breakeven Year
- Profit Margin
- Gross Premium per $1000
We set up the model points such that they would all be issued at Time 1 in our projection, so we will set up filters to only show these variables at Time 1 and select the Model Point Record # and Value After Investment for each row. Below is an example of the selections.
Clicking Save in the top right will save the tile to the dashboard. We can move it around and resize it to put it where we cant.
By repeating these steps, we can continue to build additional information on this dashboard in new tiles that show the metrics and details that we care about.
And once the dashboard has been built, we can reuse it for every future pricing run we want to do.
Now that you know how to run and look at results from your pricing, you can continue to iterate on different assumptions and new product features to reach the desired pricing levels for your product.
If you ever get stuck or need some guidance, don't forget that you can reach out to your SLOPE account representative, or send an email to email@example.com with your question.