• » Intermodal costing
  • » Inventory empty costing
  • » Track, train, and locomotive capacity utilization monitoring and calculation of opportunity cost of capacity
  • » Revenue pro-ration from shipments to trains and track segments
  • » Stratified costing signals to pricing systems, variability based upon contract term
  • » Node and link views of profitability, including upline/downline profitability dependencies



With Eyeris Professional Services, a railroad discovers that thousands of shipments thought to be marginally profitable are, in fact, significantly unprofitable when taking into account attributed costs that they generate for other shipments by congesting high-occupancy lines and by forcing additional stops for road/local trains.


Add pricing surcharges to encourage use of off-peak periods on congested lines and to encourage larger block orders for interior adds/drops.