In a lower-growth environment, many companies look beyond their core business. But in scanning the horizon for new markets and new products, companies often overlook an enormous, untapped source of profit that exists in the near-field – on the edge of the core business through the sale of ancillary goods and services that actually make a customer’s interaction with the core business more complete. By adopting an “Edge Strategy™” mindset, you can exploit this source of profitable growth.
In the third installment of our Edge Strategy series, L.E.K. Managing Directors Alan Lewis and Dan McKone discuss when bundling is the right pricing tactic for an edge strategy, as well as the attributes that can maximize the value of bundled offerings. The decision to bundle is highly dependent on both the breadth of products and services that an organization is able to deliver, as well as the profile of the organization’s customer base.
When should an executive looking to pursue an edge strategy bundle? What are the pros and cons of this popular pricing technique? Lewis and McKone discuss in “Edge Strategy: A Guide on When to Bundle.”