Some Quick Starts use advanced logic and add up scores that are displayed on a Results page. In addition to the how-to post with publishing instructions, we’ve created logic templates to make the process of organizing and defining that logic a bit easier. Below you’ll find a guide to the logic template as well as a link to download the logic template itself.
The inputs represent the form fields the respondent would fill out. The three inputs for this form are the number of employees, the number of parking passes (as a percentage) and the amount spent on parking each month.
The example inputs in this logic template show a respondent who has 50 employees. 50% of those respondents have parking passes. The example employer spends $10,000 per month on parking for his/her employees.
The outputs here show how certain values are calculated in this experience. The number of parking employees is found by multiplying the total number of employees (50) by the percentage that are parking (50%). This results in the example value of 25 parking employees.
The potential spend represents the amount it would cost the employer to use your services. In this experience, $150 is used as the price per employee to park using your services. The example value of $3,750 is found by multiplying the cost for each employee to park ($150) by the total number of parking employees (25).
To calculate the total savings from using your services, the potential spend ($3,750) is subtracted from the employers current monthly parking spend ($10,000) which yields a savings of $6,250.
This value is also saved as a percentage to the total savings percent field. To find this value, the total savings ($6,250) is divided by the employers currently monthly parking spend ($10,000). That value is then multiple by 100 to save a value of 62.5%.
For more information on how to work with the Payment Savings Calculator creative, click here.