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Net Revenue Retention Impacts the Value of Your Company

Earlier in November, TechCrunch published an article entitled: “What’s the right NDR target for SaaS startups? And why pricing could be key to moving the NDR needle.” In this paper, the author, who publishes frequently on the topic of Pricing and NDR (Net Dollar Retention or more generally NRR for Net Revenue Retention), explores some of the key points from the article and adds some further thoughts on how pricing and packaging strategy are central to growing NDR. Pricing and NDR is a critical theme for pricing professionals as we go into 2023, as the author explains.

By |2022-12-27T22:12:31+00:00December 31, 2022|Pricing Analytics, Pricing Articles, Pricing Strategy|0 Comments

Price Walls and Demand Curves in Pricing Strategies

In this article, the author explains the concept of price walls – psychological price points where small price changes generate significant changes in sales volume and revenue – and why they – as well as understanding what an actual demand curve looks like for a specific product or product, family, or service – are critical components for developing a successful pricing strategy.

By |2022-12-27T22:04:45+00:00December 31, 2022|Price Elasticity, Pricing Analytics, Pricing Articles|0 Comments

Global Streaming Trends 2022: Subscription Fatigue on the Rise

In this article, the authors reveal and analyze the results of the SKP 2022 Streaming Study. Overall trends show that, even though most users are streaming more than pre-pandemic, subscription fatigue is starting to show. In fact, more than one-third of users are likely to cancel a subscription in the next year. Experts outline why streaming services need to rethink their monetization models. This article presents insights and strategies for all pricers utilizing subscription and/or usage-based pricing models.

By |2022-12-27T21:59:38+00:00December 31, 2022|Consumer Pricing, Pricing Articles, Subscription Pricing|0 Comments

Getting Everyone Onboard for Price Increases

Customers want the best value, not necessarily the best price. Our job is to justify the price based on the value we deliver. Often customers do not know or purposely ignore this. This includes the product, services, support, and terms and conditions we offer. Getting a lower price from a competitor is not the same as getting the “same value” at a lower price. Knowing and communicating your unique value proposition is key in implementing price increases, as the author explains.

By |2022-12-27T21:54:03+00:00December 31, 2022|Price Increases, Price Management, Pricing Articles|0 Comments

The Future of Pricing: Insights on Leading Through Volatile Markets

This paper is based on in-depth interviews conducted by Holden Advisors of leaders of FORTUNE 100 to FORTUNE 500 companies in CEO, President, or SVP roles. All interviews were completed in 2022 with one intent: to understand the drivers of change in current markets, the impact on pricing, and what leaders must do to prepare for the future.

Pricing in Times of Inflation and Rising Factor Costs

In several countries, you can observe inflation rates that are higher than the ones in the 1950s: an all-time high within the last 70 years! This requires quick adjustments to leadership and management practices and to the way pricing and revenue models are managed. the authors propose 6 core topics to shape your strategy to succeed in these turbulent times.

Beyond the Black Box in Pricing

Companies make the most of their investments in pricing teams and technology when they focus on the new job of pricing: maximizing customer value. That means creating the right solution spaces for salespeople rather than overemphasizing price points, and it means turning pricing professionals into revenue managers who advise sales teams based on models calibrated around product, promotion, contract terms, price, and service elements, as the authors explain.

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