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Pricing by Performance: It’s time to stop the race to the bottom | Tamebay

Pricing by Performance: It’s time to stop the race to the bottom | Tamebay

Chris from Chris Turton Ecommerce is an ecommerce and marketplace consultant passionate about understanding how online businesses tick. He writes from experience and tries to answer questions from sellers to improve and share his knowledge. Today, Chris shares his experience of pricing by performance to maximise margins. Pricing by Performance So, your competitor is beating […]

Expedia Pricing Tactics Powered By AI and Reams of Data, Says CEO | WebProNews

Expedia Pricing Tactics Powered By AI and Reams of Data, Says CEO | WebProNews

Expedia Pricing Tactics Powered By AI and Reams of Data We sit on reams of data with 750 million visits to Expedia Group properties every single month. That just gives us an incredible amount of understanding around what travelers are looking for, how we can tailor our search results, how we can tailor the recommendations […]

Startup lets you rent out your own car by the hour | NZ Herald

Startup lets you rent out your own car by the hour | NZ Herald

The idea behind YourDrive is that you can rent out your car during downtime – be it while you’re at work or away for a few days. The startup has software that will suggest hourly and daily pricing based on make and model, but an owner can override it if they choose. Ellison says allowing […]

Netflix vs Showmax – Pricing and restrictions | MyBroadband

Netflix vs Showmax – Pricing and restrictions | MyBroadband

Online streaming services are growing their footprint in South Africa, with Netflix and Showmax being the biggest players in the high-end streaming market. Both platforms offer a range of high-quality content and support for multiple viewing platforms, and each has their own unique offerings. Showmax is owned by MultiChoice and as a result it is […]

AT&T’s WarnerMedia streaming service to cost “between $16 and $17 a month” | The Verge

AT&T’s WarnerMedia streaming service to cost “between $16 and $17 a month” | The Verge

AT&T’s WarnerMedia will launch its streaming video service in beta later this year, bundling HBO, Cinemax, and a library of Warner Bros. movies and TV. The package will cost “between $16 and $17 a month,” a strange pricing strategy, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. Currently, HBO Go costs $14.99 a month […]

Ned Sharpless weighs in on gene therapy pricing debate, suggesting ‘the messaging got lost’ | Endpoints News

Ned Sharpless weighs in on gene therapy pricing debate, suggesting ‘the messaging got lost’ | Endpoints News

PHILADEL­PHIA — You know the drug pric­ing de­bate has reached a new height when the act­ing FDA com­mis­sion­er starts to chime in on a pub­lic fo­rum. In re­sponse to a ques­tion on gene ther­a­pies posed dur­ing a fire­side chat at the an­nu­al BIO con­ven­tion, Ned Sharp­less ac­knowl­edged the im­por­tance of dis­cussing cost — though it […]

IBM Makes The Mainframe More Accessible With New ‘Tailored Fit Pricing’ Program | Forbes

IBM Makes The Mainframe More Accessible With New ‘Tailored Fit Pricing’ Program | Forbes

Last month, IBM announced its new Tailored Fit Pricing program for Z mainframes, a major pricing overhaul which I believe will make Z more accessible to enterprise customers and to better position it, in IBM’s words, as “the center of a secured hybrid cloud strategy.” We have written about many of the new consumption-based models […]

Cato WAN Study: Telcos Failing to Meet Customers’ Agility, Service, Pricing Needs | Channel Partners

Cato WAN Study: Telcos Failing to Meet Customers’ Agility, Service, Pricing Needs | Channel Partners

Customers aren’t happy with their telcos’ wide area networking (WAN) services, but the new wave of SD-WAN companies has room to grow as well, according to the latest study. SD-WAN provider Cato Networks‘ “Telcos and the Future of the WAN in 2019,” is chock full of results that don’t look good for the big telecommunications […]

Whole Foods Under Amazon Is Still The Priciest. Do We Care? | RetailWire

Whole Foods Under Amazon Is Still The Priciest. Do We Care? | RetailWire

Despite Amazon.com’s publicity push to promote price cuts at Whole Foods, the chain remains the highest price grocer in the land, according to a new study by Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BOA). The study, which included the round of price cuts announced on April 3rd that the grocer claimed included deeper discounts and double […]

Uber and Lyft Drivers Manipulate Surge Pricing | The Drive

Uber and Lyft Drivers Manipulate Surge Pricing | The Drive

Lyft went public. Then Uber. Measures meant to illustrate that the rideshare companies were ready to leave the security of Silicon Valley and enter reality. Yet, the two IPOs fell flat on their respective faces. Each company’s stock price has tumbled and investors have quickly realized that an ever-growing ridership doesn’t necessarily equate to a […]