What Is Should Cost

Beat the odds. Optimize product costs. Mitigate supply chain issues.

Sept. 12, 2023
Leverage fact-based supplier negotiations. Enhance design. Get to market faster. Our comprehensive Should Cost Analysis guide shows you how.

71% of global companies believe raw material costs are their number one supply chain threat for 2023. Should cost analysis breaks down cost components (material, labor, overhead, profit margins) via accurate, up-to-date data. By determining a product’s “should” cost, manufacturers can better inform and optimize design for manufacturability cost-effectively and in the process, improve product cost management, negotiating power, sustainability, and profitability.

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