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Webinar (On-Demand): Value-Based Pricing foundation done right – Conjoint Analysis | PriceBeam

Webinar (On-Demand): Value-Based Pricing foundation done right – Conjoint Analysis | PriceBeam

Value-Based Pricing is considered a superior strategy for most industries and businesses. But it also requires a solid foundation of data and market insights. In this webinar we will take an in-depth look at the powerful insights that can be created through price research, in particular using conjoint analysis Participants and viewers will learn about: […]

On-Demand Value-based Pricing Research with PriceBeam

On-Demand Value-based Pricing Research with PriceBeam

The struggle is real for B2B and B2C Pricing, Marketing, and Finance team leaders to capture fresh, reliable, and actionable Pricing Intelligence data to be able to effectively optimize all prices for all market segments GLOBALLY. Almost all companies lose out on profits they should be earning as they either price themselves too low, leaving money on […]

How to Determine the Next Best Alternative Price for Value-based Pricing Strategy | PriceBeam

How to Determine the Next Best Alternative Price for Value-based Pricing Strategy | PriceBeam

Determining the next best alternative price is an important factor of value-based pricing. The next best alternatives price serves a comparison point for companies when they determine a value-based price for their new products. Firms determine the value of their product or service by comparing to the next best alternative product or service. A product […]

Optimize Lifecycle Pricing with Willingness-to-pay Insights | PriceBeam

Optimize Lifecycle Pricing with Willingness-to-pay Insights | PriceBeam

Willingness-to-Pay evolves over time Most products and services experience a development in willingness-to-pay (WtP) over time. For some products, illustrated by the chart on the left, WtP declines, as customers consider it less valuable. This can be the case for perishable goods, but also many technology products, where there is a novelty factor, or where […]

Power Pricing In The Age Of AI And Analytics | Forbes

Power Pricing In The Age Of AI And Analytics | Forbes

Recent advancements in technology have made dynamic pricing strategies even more accurate and effective. A large retail bank using pricing algorithms is now able to tailor deposit rate offers by observing a customer’s checking account activities. The algorithm, detecting deposit flows between the bank and a secondary savings bank, can take into account the nature […]

Pricing: How deep do you discount? | Source Global Research

Pricing: How deep do you discount? | Source Global Research

How much do you have to discount your consulting fee rates for if you want to have an impact on buying behaviour? 5%? 10%? 20%? Research we carried out five years ago suggested that small price cuts make no difference, except perhaps to the procurement manager who has the lonely and thankless task of demanding […]

The SeaChange in Pricing Research…. | Medium

The SeaChange in Pricing Research…. | Medium

Few decisions impact the bottom line of a product or service more than those involving price. Price too low and a company could be leaving significant sums on the table and risk forever scarring their brand reputation according to the popular axiom that “Price Connotes Quality”. Price too high and be prepared to revise your […]

Pricer’s Points: Pricing market research is not always about the price | Bryan Belanger

Pricer’s Points: Pricing market research is not always about the price | Bryan Belanger

What we’ve found over the years doing this work is that pricing in the ICT space is often more art than science, and that customer anecdotes about pricing are often as valuable and instructive to pricing strategy as the market pricing data sets produced. Our approach to pricing research is rooted in interviews with representatives […]

Pricer’s Points: Pricing research – when to use it and how to improve it | Nicola Warrington

Pricer’s Points: Pricing research – when to use it and how to improve it | Nicola Warrington

There was an interesting article last week in Research Live about the gamification of pricing research arguing that traditional approaches need to be more engaging in order to improve data quality, limit respondent bias and reduce the rationalisation of responses. Improving traditional approaches and respondent engagement can only be a good thing but the underlying […]

Pricing ROI, Pricing Capabilities and Firm Performance | Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management

Pricing ROI, Pricing Capabilities and Firm Performance | Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management

ABSTRACT Pricing is not only an important activity but frequently also a very important expense for industrial companies. In this short article we examine whether an improvement in measuring the return from pricing (pricing return on investment (ROI)) leads to an improvement in pricing capabilities and firm profits. The answer to this question is not […]