The projected area pricing algorithm is simple and general – as long as the customer's final custom size is the same as the budget size, the total price will not change. The same wardrobe, the total price may be more common than the expansion area algorithm and the extension of the meter price is a common thing, but in the end the merchant may play on the hardware, hanging rods, etc., which will let the total price run Go up.
Expanding the area pricing is cumbersome and has a high error rate - the area billing is to completely separate the structure of the wardrobe, and the plates, hardware and related accessories are all calculated separately, and finally added. But often after the design drawings come out, the customer will add some plates, and the sales staff will calculate a price according to the configuration. As a result, it is easy to see that the final total price is higher than the total price at the time of budgeting. According to the area, the sales price and the consumables are linked. It seems reasonable and reasonable to use the number of calculations. However, the calculation method is complicated and complicated, and the error rate is high.
There is no standard for the metering of extended meters - the metering of extended meters is originally used for the statistical measurement or description of irregular strip or line engineering. Such a very professional concept is generally difficult for consumers to understand, but is widely used as a pricing unit for wardrobes. According to the "Yanmi unit price × Yanmi number + additional cost", the total price of the wardrobe is the "Yanmi offer" for the entire wardrobe. There is no uniform standard for this kind of pricing industry; especially when it comes to corners, there are differences in pricing results. The biggest shortcoming of the method of deferred metering is that the difference in internal structure is difficult to reflect, and the problem of unreasonable price difference calculation is many.