EasyKost Partners With SPCEA to Contribute and Strengthen the Knowledge Advancement Around Product Cost Management

By on March 27th, 2021

EasyKost, a leading product cost management software solution provider, has partnered with Society of Product Cost Engineering & Ananlytics (SPCEA) as a platinum corporate member. The Society of Product Cost Engineering & Analytics is a non-profit organization focused on providing knowledge to cost engineering professionals by providing necessary training, certification, information sharing, job boards, and networking opportunities.

Platinum Corporate Member of SPCEA

SPCEA holds many industrial partnership on board like GE Appliances, General Corporation, DELL Technologies and others as part of their corporate partner program.

SPCEA board of directors panel includes,

  • ALEXANDER M. SWOBODA, Chief Executive Officer., FACTON, GMBH.,
  • ROB LIDSTER, Chief Procurement Officer, GE APPLIANCES, A HAIER COMPANY.,
  • CHRIS DOMANSKI, Senior Costing Manager, FAURECIA.,

Pierre Rougier, CEO at EasyKost, says, “Easykost is very happy and proud to join the SPCEA in contributing to reinforce knowledge & capabilities around product cost management”.

About EasyKost

Easykost is a product cost management software specializing in cost estimation and cost modeling, using artificial intelligence algorithms. Our machine learning based costing software automates the costing processes and accelerates the time to market on new products, while providing greater accuracy thanks to the power of our algorithms and data enrichment. Our simulation and datamining functionalities, coupled with benchmarks, allow you to quickly identify cost optimization opportunities on your product portfolios or purchasing categories by proposing renegotiation, sourcing optimization or Value Engineering options.

Very easy to use, and having a very ergonomic user interface, EasyKost product costing software can be easily deployed within Costing, Purchasing or R&D teams.

EasyKost product cost management software can be used for costing industrial products, investments (installations, buildings, etc.) or services.