Tag: Value-Based Pricing

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Improving your pricing strategy is a dependable way for your organization to improve its bottom line & profitablity. We discuss several steps on roadmap to strategy improvement.
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Today’s B2B sales landscape has changed vastly; relationship selling is dead and procurement departments are more stubborn than ever. We discuss how to win in such a volatile landscape.
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With the announcement of Brexit came many unknowns. We discuss strategies that your pricing department can use to counter the ambiguity and achieve a winning pricing strategy.
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Uber has been able to leverage dynamic pricing to revolutionize their industry. Read what we think are the most important lessons to learn from Uber.
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The strategy companies choose to price their products and services can be a key factor in their success or failure. How the IoT influences pricing strategy.
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Excess capacity is the bane of many industries. It can be blessing in disguise, though, once manufacturers figure out how to use it to their advantage without threatening their core businesses.
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Are you making one of the three most common Pricing mistakes we see businesses making? If so, here's our advice on how to correct them.
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“Value” is an easy word to say in any industry. We all know you have to create it, communicate it, and capture it.
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Many Associations and Non-Profits are faced with slowing growth and shrinking margins. But with better pricing, they can serve, not sell and see “Quick Win” pricing opportunities.
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Quantified customer research is key to establishing the optimal price point and enables companies to capture more revenue. Companies leading the way in Pricing Strategy regularly conduct extensive Pricing Research. This is especially important in the Fashion industry, where customers' perceived value can far exceed production costs.