Why the Subscription Model Will Be Your Company’s Future―and What to Do About It

2 products added to cart in last 30 minutes
MRP: ₹699.00 | Saved: ₹140 (20%) ₹559.00 @ Amazon Last Updated: 08-Aug-2018 05:31:15 pm
✅ Lowest price available on Amazon
✅ Usually dispatched within 24 hours
✅ Total 34 new items found
✅ Eligible for Prime
✅ Eligible for Super Saver Shipping

Related Categories

Netflix, Spotify, and Salesforce are just the tip of the iceberg for the subscription model. The real transformation--and the real opportunity--is just beginning


Today's consumers prefer the advantages of access over the hassles of ownership. It's not just internet services like Netflix and Spotify; even industrial firms like GE and Caterpillar are reinventing themselves as solutions providers. Whether you sell software, clothes, insurance, or industrial machines, you need to master the transition to the subscription model.

Adapting to the subscription economy takes more than just deciding to sell subscriptions instead of products. You'll have to reinvent your company from the inside out -- from your accounting to your entire IT architecture. No matter how large or small your company, Subscribed gives you a practical, step-by-step framework to rebuild your business around a customer-centric, recurring revenue model.In ten years, we'll be subscribing to everything: information technology, transportation, retail, healthcare, even housing. Informed by insights straight from the servers of Zuora, the world's largest subscription finance platform, Subscribed is the book that explains how this shift really works -- and how business leaders can prepare and prosper.

AuthorTien Tzuo
Height921 mm
Length602 mm
Width71 mm
Weight99 g
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages256
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2018-06-21
PublisherPortfolio Penguin
Release Date2018-06-21
StudioPortfolio Penguin
Sales Rank3685

Bestsellers in Economics

Trending Products at this Moment

General information about Subscribed: Why the Subscription Model Will Be Your Company’s Future―and What to Do About It