• Analyse Pricing Data
• Develop Forecasts and Models
• Determine Pricing and Marketing Strategies
• Monitor Industry Trends
• Develop Pricing Tools
• Present Findings to Key Decision-Makers Requirements: Pricing analysts work with sales teams to set and adjust prices based on statistical models and customer psychology. Most pricing analysts have at least a bachelor's degree and the following skills. The primary duty of a pricing analyst is assessing data from a variety of sources and using it to derive insights into pricing strategies and market trends. The pricing analyst uses a number of quantitative and qualitative methods to analyze competitor pricing, assess market share and margins, and track customer engagement in order to gain a complete picture of effective pricing strategies for their company's offerings.