Transitioning to a value-based pricing strategy and refining product offerings resulted in a significant increase in revenue.


Industrial Camera Company to Optimize Sales Opportunities

A category leader in industrial cameras for the North American market approached Revenue Management Labs to increase the number of conversion and sales opportunities for two premium camera product lines, External and Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ).

The industrial camera company recognized an industry-wide issue in communicating the value because of an overly complex pricing structure. Revenue Management Labs was engaged to implement value-based pricing strategy for the company that included discounting, bundling, and improving sales communications.


Industrial Camera Pricing Leaves Customers Struggling to Understand Value

At the time of engagement, the industrial camera category had a wide range of brands, products, features, and pricing. However, comparison shopping was notoriously difficult for customers, since the feature range did not necessarily correlate to pricing thresholds. Additional purchase, leasing, and service options further compounded the perceived value complexity. The complicated pricing structure made it difficult for sales to communicate value effectively to the customers, to understand their value in comparison to competitors, and to maximize their sales opportunities by feature and price.

79% Increase
in Revenue

In Core Segment

21% Increase
in Revenue

In Enterprise Segment

Long-term Business

New value-based approach embedded in organization

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Optimize Price Position of Cameras Relative to Competition

Revenue Management Labs conducted a comprehensive analysis of the price position of their two camera product lines, External and PTZ, and two main business lines, Enterprise and Core. The goal of the data analysis was to understand where the two camera lines stand in terms of similar offers from competitors. From that analysis, Revenue Management Labs developed a pricing strategy that aligned perceived value with price and positioned the two products competitively in their markets and in their business line, Enterprise and Core.

Five main recommendations were included in the pricing strategy:

  1. Reduce the number of different camera resolutions offered from 10 to six to reinforce premium position versus competition and upsize transactions.
  2. Restructure discount tiers to align price position with value and competitive landscape
  3. Introduce volume discount to incentivize customer upsell
  4. Reduce prepaid contract discounts and switch to “free months” to realize more benefit from customers
  5. Restructure quote presentation to highlight “free months” and highlight value-adds and benefits.


Analyzing Segments and Competitive Landscape to Identify Revenue Drivers

With nearly every pricing issue, the first step is to conduct an analysis of the pricing structure to understand which levers were driving revenue versus losing. In the case of this camera company, the combination of volume, segment mix, and sales increases but decreasing revenue margins led the experts at Revenue Management Labs to focus on analyzing the product mix and discounting. Then, they broadened the analysis to audit the business and finally, a comprehensive competitive review of the camera company’s current market environment. The resulting analysis gave a 360° view of the pricing structure, customer perception and valued features, and competitive landscape.

Out of the 360° analysis, the revenue management experts built four value maps that gave clear guidance for adjusting pricing going forward. The value maps revealed the camera company was value advantaged in the enterprise segment, which is an opportunity to increase prices, and value disadvantaged in the core segment, which indicates a need to increase discounts.

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Increased Revenue after Simplifying Offerings and Value-based Pricing Strategy

After implementing Revenue Management Labs’ five recommendations, the camera company experienced a 79% increase in revenue in the Core Segment and a 21% increase in revenue in the Enterprise Segment.

Aside from the immediate margin improvements, the camera company now has a long-term pricing strategy based on value, in tune with the competitive landscape, and customer centric. The result is a lighter lift for sales with easier to communicate offerings and values, and sustainable profitability.

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