Home: Online Tool

Online Interactive Examples

Try Our Quotation Calculator And Quotation Tool Online!

Quotation systems and calculators are being used by many marketers from different business industries (insurance, real estate, investment, pension, technology and other types good and services). The following are some of the examples - Mortgage Calculator, Quotation Tool, and Query Tool. Try them out.

Mortage Calculator

This is a mortage calculator which computes the monthly mortgage payment. One the information of the purchase price, interest rate, term of loan, down payment % and home improvement loan % are entered, the monthly payment is calculated and displayed. The Interest rate, term of loan, down payment %, and home improvement % are available in drop down.


Click to Run example

Services Quotation Tool

In this services quotation tool, users can select different types of modules, support level, and licensing option. Checkboxes (drop downs), radio buttons, and combo boxes are used in this tool. Note that the figures on the right of the Select Modules section will not show if the options on the left are not displayed.


Click to Run example

Reporting Query Tool

This reporting tool displays a crosstab table which contains sales by product by month. Users can extract the sales figure from the table by selecting the product and month from the drop down combo boxes. In addition, a chart is also available which displays the sales of the selected product.


Click to Run example

Quick Contact Box

Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model

The Black-Scholes model is a mathematical model of the market for an equity, in which the equity's price is a stochastic process. Its PDE is an equation which (in the model) the price of a derivative on the equity must satisfy. The Black–Scholes formula is the result obtained by applying the Black-Scholes PDE to European put and call options. The formula was derived by Fischer Black and Myron Scholes and published in 1973. They built on earlier research by Edward O. Thorp, Paul Samuelson, and Robert C. Merton. The fundamental insight of Black and Scholes is that the option is implicitly priced if the stock is traded.
More Info