GemePrice4.0™ is an online wholesale pricing system allocating prices to diamonds, fancy colored diamonds, gemstones and jewelry according to the Color Codes generated by Gemewizard®. GemePrice4.0™ enables a user to find the price of a specific gem either by defining the gem's specifications or by browsing through the pricelist's various grades and sizes.
The database contains grades, qualities, commercial names and prices of colorless diamonds, more than 100 color rulers of fancy colored diamonds and over 70 types of the most traded gemstones, each with a visual display of up to 15 shapes and/or cutting styles. This includes more than 10 gemstones with unique textures that were introduced in GemePrice4.0™, such as turquoise, lapis lazuli, agate, moonstone and more.
Users can easily find a gem's price using an intuitive interface, by setting any or all gems' parameters: gem type, shape, particular color, color grade, clarity grade, cut grades, fluorescence, treatments and now also gem textures or optical effects. Visual guide rulers were added for transparency, clarity and cut grades, visually depicting the various options provided by each parameter.
Due to the dynamic nature of the system, users are able to discover the affect each gem property has on the gems' prices, when it is changed exclusively or in conjunction with other parameters defined. .
Each gem module has 3 available pricing modes, which include Price Search, Price Listand Price Calculator.
The Price Search mode enables the user to search for the price of a gem by entering its parameters. This mode is designed to be suitable for touch screens, tablets and smartphones.
The Price List mode displays the prices in a dynamic table format.
The Price Calculator mode enables the user to find out the price of a specific gem with an exact list of known parameters (e.g. when a gemological certificate is present).
The Pricing Station mode is targeted for jewelers and retailers. This all-in-one feature enables users to obtain the prices of a multi-component item, such as a parcel or a piece of jewelry.
Jewelers and retailers, for example, can calculate the individual current cost prices of each component comprising a jewelry item — the main gem, each of the additional gems used in the jewelry, the metal type, etc. — and get an idea of the total component cost of the jewelry item.
While this is not an appraisal of the price of the piece of jewelry, it provides the jeweler or retailer with guiding information regarding the jewel selling price.
GemePrice4.0™ is fully integrated with GemeSquare™, Gemewizard®'s world-renowned digital color communication system. Comprehensive digital Color Master sets for fancy colored diamonds and gemstones are built into the software, enabling the users, what otherwise would be impossible for a member of the trade to obtain, to use the Color Master sets as handy working tools.
The color rulers of fancy colored diamonds were expanded to include second color modifiers (e.g. grayish greenish Yellow), and some rare colors rulers were added, such as Red and brownish Red. Additionally, color borders have been fine tuned for more accuracy.
Users are able to communicate and send their color and price reports with their colleagues around the world via integrated email. They can now share the actual color of their gems without going through the hassle of describing color verbally. Moreover, their colleagues do not have to be subscribed to GemePrice4.0™ to view the color communication, as it is sent by email.
Display price results using a price range format versus a nominal price per carat per piece and per parcel. This is a useful feature for users who may utilize this to see the range of prices that gems with similar parameters sell for and determine the price of their own gem based on its actual quality.