6 edition of Strategy and Tactics of Pricing found in the catalog.
May 11, 1994 by Prentice Hall .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||400|
Building metrics around customer profitability, a combination of the average price to the cost to serve, can provide another specific metric. In the case of Apple, promoting their computers as user friendly allowed them charge premium prices throughout the ongoing product life-cycle. Features: NEW! A pricing policy can cover price changes associated with discounts, increased industry costs, promotional trials, and changes in competitors prices. The author wrote the book in a literary style while making every chapter interesting and sequential for the readers.
Price can act as a substitute for product quality, effective promotions, or an energetic selling effort by distributors in certain markets. In-chapter textboxes, updated to provide walk-through examples of current pricing challenges, revenue models enabled by an increasingly digital economy, and advances in buyer decision-making, explained through classic principles that still apply today. Vertical differentiation is based on superior versus inferior goods. For new products at the market development stage, the critical goal is buyer education. Consistent price policies dictate consistent expectations, a key component to influencing customer behavior that avoids the pitfalls of ad-hoc negotiation.
The author explained the whole book by taking hypothetical situations instead of real incidents. One of my pet peeves is when a book refers to content in future chapters, and this book does that in abundance. Who are you to what group and why? The answer exists in the main difference between a Microeconomics textbook and the realities of doing business: Product differentiation.
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Price can act as a substitute for product quality, effective promotions, or an energetic selling effort by distributors Strategy and Tactics of Pricing book certain markets. One of the core questions for configuring a price structure is deciding which features to offer individually and which features to bundle.
The method is called incremental break-even analysis. A comprehensive and practical, step-by-step guide to pricing analysis and strategy development. It refers to a method in which one of two or more complementary products a deskjet printer, for example is priced to maximise sales volume, while the complementary product printer ink cartridges are Strategy and Tactics of Pricing book at a much higher level in order to cover any shortfall sustained by the first product.
It is also important to consider how the fixed costs of suppliers are passed on as incremental costs, and how price coordination can improve efficiency as outlined in the discussion of the product life-cycle and the implementation of a strategic plan.
Take advantage of this and be the TwilioWistiaor Help Scout of your industry. Contingency pricing is widely used in professional services such as legal services and consultancy services.
This edition features a new discussion on harnessing concepts from behavioral economics as well as a more streamlined "value cascade" structure to the topics.
Pricing policy seeks to manage the expectations, but an in-depth, accurate understanding of value to customers may have wider repercussions. Many observers feared that the high price point of the first devices would put off customers who considered the switch from physical books to e-books extremely risky.
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When competitors do changes prices, its important to react thoughtfully.
Four ways to differentiate immediately An important note about product differentiation is that perceived value difference is what is important. In addition to consistency of application, good price policies can rely on give-get negotiations, in which the seller refuses to make any concession that does not have some value return.
Product differentiation is crucial for any business. Competitors are few or non-existent, and the potential Strategy and Tactics of Pricing book of market development far outweigh the threat of competition.
Strategic pricing, on the other hand, rests on three key principles. At this Strategy and Tactics of Pricing book price point, railroads maximize the profits on goods that would not be cost-efficient to ship at the cost of manufactured goods.
From the marketer's point of view, an efficient price is a price that is very close to the maximum that customers are prepared to pay.
Consistent price policies dictate consistent expectations, a key component to influencing customer behavior that avoids the pitfalls of ad-hoc negotiation.
Managers simply take a considered price change and create a standard of comparison to the current level, a projection, or a hypothetical. There are roughly four roles for the pricing function to take on within an organization.You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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