It is easy for ueCalc to get the optimal configuration of unit economics metrics for your business model, taking into account market constraints and the competencies of your team; this is its core function. Goldratt's theory of constraints and the company's own algorithms are used to find the metrics.
To find the optimal configuration, you can use all the metrics in your model, and optimize each metric individually. In doing so, you can specify both market caps and the complexity of changing a metric for your team.
Finding the optimal configuration of metrics is a complex process that shows how to change the metrics of your business to achieve a given value of marginal profit. It is important to realize that Goldratt's theory of constraints indicates not only how to change metrics, but also in what order to do it. ueCalc is able to show the process of changing metrics step by step, and display results in which one metric is changed at each step.
Goldratt's Theory of Constraints, when using unit economics, allows you to find a metric whose change by a small value gives the greatest change in the target indicator, with the least cost to change the metric. At the same time, each metric is linked to active business processes in your company, which means you will know where to put your efforts for growth.
All that's left for you to accomplish is to focus on improving the business processes responsible for improving each metric. Formulate growth hypotheses and test them. Product development has never been clearer than with ueCalc.
In addition to the optimal configuration, you can also find growth points for your model, and you can choose to search for all metrics or just a select few.