ip week Session on oil data costs
Exposed: How The Worlds Largest Oil Price Reporter Lies & Cheats Customers Into Paying More
Over the past 4 years we have worked with a number of clients to help them save millions in extortionate oil market data costs. This IP Week we aim to share the lessons learnt negotiating against the Oil Price Monopoly and reveal 5 tricks and tactics most commonly used to force customers into paying more than they need to.
We also reveal emails where Sales Directors from the worlds largest energy information provider, misrepresent their own terms in malicious attempts to rip off their customers. Find out how you may have been tricked into higher costs with complicated packages, and more importantly what you can do about it.
Reduce Oil Data Costs this IP Week
These sessions are aimed at individuals that buy benchmark oil pricing data and often find themselves at the receiving end of threats of termination unless extortionate increases are agreed to. After 10 years of selling and licensing BENCHMARK OIL DATA, we created Phycomex in 2017 to help our customers buy better. Over the past 4 years we have maintained a 100% success rate with all clients and our average client has reduced costs by around 20%.
With these session we arm you with the knowledge to make informed decisions when it comes to buying OIL MARKET DATA , remaining compliant and reducing costs.
Learn How Europe’s Most Active Oil Trader Reduced oil Data Costs By 20%
One of the most active products traders on the “window” reduced its oil data costs by over 20% after months of support and guidance from Phycomex.
How a Military Procurement proposal was reduced by 100%
One of the largest military services in the world with close to $1B annual spend on fuel procurement, was proposed a renewal increase of 250% for an oil data feed, without any change in requirement or usage.
Just how flexible is the new pricing model?
When subscription agencies run out of growth a simple mechanism to increase prices is with a new pricing model. Change the way packages are sold and force customers into paying for more data than they need.
How to Handle Threats of termination of oil data feeds?
Oil price monopolies best tactic of squeezing more cash from its customers is something that’s been used with great success for over a decade now. Pay more or lose access to essential data. The argument being