Subscribed 2015: Day One Highlights

Subscribed 2015: Day One Highlights


“Pricing is never over.”

Joe Raczka, Dyn


“Who knows, maybe some day Nike will start charging by the kilometer, the same way Michelin does.”

Cyril Perducat, Schneider Electric


“Over 50% of our revenue comes from VIPs, and they are under 20% of our customers.”

Tim Ernst, Kabam


“Video is just the tip of the iceberg. There’s a bigger story around using a cloud-based service and how agencies keep up with all this inflation of information.”

Luke Larson, Taser


“If you can take a product that costs a dollar and make it smart for a few cents more, then all bets are off.”

Matt Anderson, Arrow Electronics


“Knowledge disconnected from daily operations isn’t helpful.”

Colby Moosman, TideMark


“I’ve been in a variety of CFO roles, and I traditionally have been a score-keeper. In the Subscription Economy, yes, you are still a a scorekeeper. But 80% of your job is to tell the story.”

Robert O’Donovan, Pivotal


“Ninety percent of people pick the middle package.”

Chris Luo, FiveStars


“Pandora never tried to be cool. They always tried to be welcoming.”

Robbie Kellman Baxter


“I am now physically part of something my TV show parodies.”

Thomas Middleditch, HBO’s “Silicon Valley”


“We have a chance to get a 20x impact. This is something that would not have been possible without Zuora.”

Tom Krackeler, Z-Insights


“Jokes aside, Tien Tzuo could be the Charlie Rose of the Subscription Economy.”

Andrew Dailey, MGI Research


“Make onboarding fast and frictionless. We are outrageously impatient people. So are your subscribers.”

Ryan Cahill, Executive Answers


“Product is easy to copy. But a business that’s based directly on your subscribers’ experiences, that’s much more difficult to beat.”

Tien Tzuo, Zuora


“Subscriptions change everything — product teams stop focusing on the big launch reveal, and start focusing on iteration, innovation and customization.”

Robbie Kellman Baxter, Author, “The Membership Economy”


“I think that Customer Success is becoming Marketing’s best friend.”

Anne Janzer, Author, “Subscription Marketing”


“Thirty percent of your customers at your entry-level tier and 70% at your better and best tiers is a good model for subscription pricing.”

Suzie Prince, Thought Works


“We used to sell products. Now we sell experiences.”

Tien Tzuo


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