In today's fast-paced and technology-driven world, businesses have access to a plethora of marketing channels and methods to promote their brand. While this presents an opportunity to reach a wider audience, it also means that competition is fierce and businesses need to find new ways to stand out.
Stay ahead with customer value thinking.
10 Value Selling Examples from Top Brands
In today's business world, competition is fierce and new players are constantly emerging. It can be a significant challenge to differentiate your product or service based solely on its merits. Your target audience can easily find similar offerings to yours on the internet in a matter of seconds. Relying solely on your product's uniqueness to make sales is no longer effective.
How to Measure Value Realization: Key Metrics to Focus On
You know the unique value you offer as a company — but do your customers and clients know it?
Deep Dive into the Customer Value Proposition Canvas and Understanding the Value Map
Having a clear, well-defined and unique value proposition is essential for standing out in a competitive market. However, simply understanding the concept is not enough to create one for your business.
Win Deals by Getting Personal
Tailoring your pitch to your customers’ business realities is no longer optional.
When making a purchase, customers nowadays demand more. They scrutinize options, review business cases, weigh the pros and cons of each solution, evaluate the expense against other internal projects, and once they buy, they look for who will provide an ongoing partnership to maximize success. With a seemingly infinite number of solutions offered in today’s SaaS-driven world, they can afford to be picky.
Value Enhancement: The Key to Robust Value Realization
How improving customer perception of value delivered boosts loyalty and retention
Many times, when we talk about value realization, we focus on the business outcomes of a product or service, quantifying its tangible benefits in order to prove its business impact. But value is ultimately about perception, which means that there are ways to realize value without altering anything about the way the product itself works. Perception is reality, after all.