The ROI of Pricing

The ROI of Pricing

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As with executives and managers in so many other business functions, pricing specialists are being challenged more and more to substantiate the added value of their activities. Pricing is a core function of every business, and needs not only to contribute positively to short- and long-term results, but also to document its impact to the bottom line. A fundamental part of this is the pricing ROI calculations. This book, edited by globally renowned thought leaders Andreas Hinterhuber and Stephan Liozu, is the first to outline contemporary theories and best practices of documenting pricing ROI. It provides proven methods, practices and theories on how to calculate the impact of pricing activities on performance. Marketing ROI is now a common concept: this collection proves to do the same for pricing. Hinterhuber a Liozu introduce the concept of pricing ROI, documenting and quantifying the return on pricing activities and on the pricing function itself is of increasing relevance today and in the future a€“ in times of budget constraints. 20 world class specialists explore the concept of pricing ROI under both a theoretical perspective and a managerial perspective to shed much-needed light on how to measure and increase pricing ROI. This groundbreaking book will enlighten students and specialists of marketing and sales, pricing managers and executives alike.example, the average selling price ofa Subaru Forrester is $20, 051 (Sullivan 2008), but the cost to own this vehicle over its five-year life is ... These expenses include the cost of fuel, maintenance, repairs, insurance, taxes and fees, and depreciation ( 2011). ... A comparable SUV like the Toyota RAV4 has a selling price of $24, 084 and higher total cost of ownership equal to $45, 273.

Title:The ROI of Pricing
Author:Stephan Liozu, Andreas Hinterhuber
Publisher:Routledge - 2014-01-24


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