We become what we measure
What you measure signals what you consider important. Your willingness to share valuable information with your key stakeholders largely determines your capacity to achieve positive organizational change. A well-conducted valuation study can provide the insights you need to not only measure the right things, but also effectively communicate this valuable information to your key stakeholders.
Pricing or Valuation: What’s the difference?
A pricing analysis aims to provide the basic building blocks you will need to reach your own value conclusion. A formal valuation study, on the other hand, is directed at the expression of an independent value conclusion. While a formal valuation is primarily intended to deliver third party assurance, a pricing analysis will most often be used to support an internal decision-making process.
Because a pricing analysis is not directed at expressing a valuation conclusion it does not have to adhere to the same strict standards that would apply to formal valuation mandates. This means that it involves a fraction of the time and effort required to complete a formal valuation.