Pricing for Customer Value


Do you know what the pricing process is in your organisation or that of your client's?

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Start date & time:  
01 January 2019 00:00
End date & time:  
01 January 2022 00:00
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CPD online course
Category:, Strategic finance and management reporting

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Course Overview

In many cases price structuring does not involve accountants – but it should! As an accountant you have a unique insight into the trends and impacts of pricing and have the ability to predict the financial future. Rather than being left to report costs and margins that are a result of pricing, you should be at the heart of the pricing decision.

This course looks specifically at pricing using customer value as the foundation for profit maximisation. It examines the dangers of cost-plus pricing and looks at the building blocks required for a coherent and sustainable pricing policy. Using a structured approach you will analyse the customer value in a product or service, compare it to the competition, and use that analysis to identify opportunities to improve customer value and set your target price.

Building blocks of pricing

  • What are the dangers of "cost-plus" pricing?
  • What is customer value?
  • What are the elements in customer value?
  • How can I build differentiation value?
  • How can I gauge customer value?
  • What is the customer value grid?
  • How do I bring all these building blocks together?

Pricing strategy

  • What is pricing strategy?
  • How should I segment my market?
  • How can I minimise buyer's risk?
  • What do I need to consider about the customer experience?
  • How can I choose a pricing strategy?
  • What is consumer surplus?
  • How can I establish pricing policies?
  • How should I communicate my price-value propositions?
  • What is the pricing decision matrix?

Managing for customer value

  • How do I start managing for customer value?
  • How do I manage cost drivers?
  • How do I manage revenue drivers?
  • How do I manage negative drivers?
  • How do I manage psychological drivers of value?
  • How do I achieve this when capacity is limited?

Practical pricing strategies

  • What is yield management?
  • What is two-part pricing?
  • What is hire purchase?
  • What is prestige pricing and decoy pricing?
  • What is price bundling?
  • What are loss leaders, honeymoon pricing and cross-selling?
  • What is freemium pricing?
  • How does pricing relate to my product or service range?
  • How should I price services?
  • What are the key principles of pricing?