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Economic Value Estimation

Do you price inputs or outputs?

Do you price inputs or outputs?

Are you pricing inputs or outputs? Cost based pricing prices inputs. Market based pricing uses outputs. Value based pricing thinks of outputs as an input into other processes. It is the value of an input to the next output along the line that determines value.

Enabling innovation and driving to alignment - an interview with Bob Vezeau of Westrock

Enabling innovation and driving to alignment - an interview with Bob Vezeau of Westrock

Pricing excellence has made a major contribution to Westrock’s bottom line. Here we speak with pricing leader Bob Vezeau on how he has developed pricing capability for a company that brings innovative solutions to a commoditized market (packaging) and does so at scale.

Changing your pricing metric can change willingness to pay (WTP)

Changing your pricing metric can change willingness to pay (WTP)

Willingness to pay is very sensitive to framing effects. One of the most important framing effects is the pricing metric. B2B SaaS companies can realize orders of magnitude changes in willingness to pay by changing their pricing metric. Pricing metrics can also be a powerful way to differentiate.

Case Studies at the Value Innovation and Pricing Vancouver MeetUp

Case Studies at the Value Innovation and Pricing Vancouver MeetUp

Join the Ibbaka team on Thursday March 21 for two pricing case studies. One looks at Economic Value Estimation in precision agriculture. The other looks at vectors of innovation and pricing in media (the subject being the iconic British financial newspaper The Financial Times). This is part of the Value Innovation and Pricing Vancouver series of MeetUps.

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