| Sunday, January 17, 2016 - 11:44 pm |
Been away for the game for 5 years, getting back into it now
Any useful information as to how I should set up corporation supplies ordering strategies? Quality and price?
What about worker salaries?
| Monday, January 18, 2016 - 10:52 pm |
What I do for strategies is for Sale Strategy I use Follow Product Quality and put in -10 for the first box and the second put in 5 (don't put a minus in the second box).
For Buying Strategy I use the Best Price strategy.
That seems to work for me.
For worker salaries I set it at 350 for corporate and 300 for government. If your country is doing well you could raise them a bit. And once your country is doing well lower your tax to 20% or lower and you should attract some CEO's who will set up shop in your country.
Hope that helps you.
Welcome back! I have been playing for 2 years now so I would not know you from before. I would imagine that some of the game has changed since when you played before. There are still some old experienced players on here so you might know a few that are still kicking around from before when you were last on. I play on Kebir Blue, White Giant and Golden Rainbow. If your looking for a fed on one of those worlds let me know as I have my own federations on all three.
| Tuesday, January 19, 2016 - 03:12 am |
For supply quality I set the default or new corporation settings at 140. Once the corporation becomes fully upgraded I set supply order quality at 215. Seems to the best of my knowledge the best quality. Any higher and the price will overtake quality profit. Any lower and you won't be have the best sale quality. I used to use 210 quality. I don't know if you should change supply quality based on corporation type.( state, enterprise, public ) State corporations max quality & effectivity upgrades at 200. Enterprise at 225, and public( where no country/enterprise owns more then 25% of its shares)at 250. My fully upgraded state corps produce around 266q, enterprise 303q and fully public corps around 330q which I believe is the maximum corporation quality output in the game. So any higher wouldn't help profits. As for low-water mark/order quantity I set 12 month low water 24 month order. However that's just a way for me to keep from supply shortages. You don't have to follow it. I set my selling strategy at best price. Before I would set my sale strategy at 200 above quality. Example your product is at 287q. I set my sale strategy at 487 keeping "Follow Quality" box checked. However... it seems simply putting it as best price will have the same effect on your sale price as manually setting it 200 points over q. This is because the corp automatically sets it at the highest acceptable market price for its quality. It also sells your product at a lower price if it's in surplus or in the green to keep it from piling up unsold products. For buying I set mine at 4, 6.. or 96% market price +6 each month the supplies aren't delivered. For salary it depends really. Most players set their salary between 300-400. If you run an enterprise I'd set it at 310 or 320 salary just to keep your corps fully staffed. I set my state corporate salary at 400. It doesn't effect corporate profitibility too much and can increase welfare, income tax, population spending, IF funds, and education/healthcare contributions. Also it benefits corporate productivity if you have good welfare, which increases profits. I set my govt salary between 300-350. I'll lower salary down to 300 when in my IPO stage, or when I sell shares. As my corporations increase value giving me more cash for my share sales. Once I'm finished selling shares I set it back up to 400. Well this is the basics of what I know. I hope this helps you and anyone else who looks at this post. I've been playing a few months so I have no idea what the game was like before.