The modern digital economy is creating an explosion of new business models, both subscription and consumption-based, with services that customers can tap into anytime, anywhere, to whatever extent that they choose. All these new business models lead to growing volumes of complex transactions. Successful companies automate their order to revenue processes to scale to new models as they grow. Getting the right insights helps you to define your KPI’s and success metrics to manage and grow your business effectively. Join PwC and Zuora to learn how to navigate this fast-developing landscape and automate your order to revenue processes.
Incumbents across industries are shifting from Ownership to Usership by embracing customer-centric business models. Winners are monetizing new digital services with different combinations of one-time, recurring or usage-based charge models — and they are able to go from launching a new offering to getting their first subscriber in an average of 28 days. Manufacturers are seeing a 34% average revenue growth rate and a 59% average new customer acquisition rate, year-over-year. Regardless of what your current industry or business model is, come join this session to learn how to build your business plan strategy and go-to-market plan on how to transition into or grow your budding subscription business.
Partner, XaaS Leader, PwC
Senior Director Product Marketing, Zuora
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