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Why Subscriptions are Good for Customers…and Business by Brent Leary

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As consumers adopt new technologies and adapt their lifestyles to take advantage of what it can do for them, they are gravitating towards companies willing to shift the way they have always done …

As consumers adopt new technologies and adapt their lifestyles to take advantage of what it can do for them, they are gravitating towards companies willing to shift the way they have always done business in order to provide services more suitable to tech savvy people. This session will discuss what is driving the growth of The Subscription Economy, how new business models are creating better opportunities to extend relationships with customers, what metrics are being used to measure the health of a subscription business, and share case studies of companies that have successfully made the transition product based businesses to subscription offerings.

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  • 1. Why  Subscrip-ons  are  Good  for   Customers…and  Business     Brent  Leary   CRM  Essen/als   @BrentLeary  
  • 2. Fed  up  and  not  taking  it  anymore…   @brentleary  
  • 3. Enter  the  Subscrip-on…   @brentleary  
  • 4. The  Evolu-on  of  Customer  Behavior   80%  of  execu-ves  said  their  customers  are  changing   how  they  obtain  access  to  goods  and  services”     Economist  -­‐  2013  
  • 5. What’s  changed  with  Customers  …what  hasn’t?   @brentleary  
  • 6. Making  the  most  of  a  flee-ng  moment   "The  aLen-on  economy  is   not  growing,  which  means   we  have  to  grab  the   aLen-on  that  someone   else  has  today."   @brentleary  
  • 7. Making  the  most  of  a  flee-ng  moment   @brentleary   "You  can’t  buy  aLen-on   like  you  used  to…"  
  • 8. Speed  THRILLS.  Lack  of  it  KILLS   @brentleary   300  Milliseconds  to   connect  ac/ons  to   experiences  
  • 9. What  is  the       9   By 2015, 35% of Global 2000 companies will generate revenue through subscription-based services and revenue models. 1999! Today Subscrip-on  Economy?   BUY NOW SUBSCRIBE
  • 10. 1 0   Dollar  Rubber    Club   Condoms   Salon   Media   StudyDog   Child  Learning   Disney   Content   Bespoke  Post   Luxury  Items   Savvy  Money   Finances   Spice  Guides   Date  Idea   Spo-fy   Music   Businesses  Can  Subscribe  To   Anything   NeZlix   Movies   VMWare   Virtualiza<on   Google  Apps   Apps   Amazon   Infrastructure   Dex  One   Marke<ng   Intacct   GL   DelTel   Phone  System   Concur   Travel/Expense   CRM  ServCorp   Virtual  Office   Consumers  Can  Subscribe   To  Anything  
  • 11. Why  Subscrip-ons?   •  Technology   •  Demand   •  FAIR  Business  Models   •  Opportunity  to  stay   connected  to  customers  
  • 12. Beats  by  Dre  
  • 13. Beats  Music  
  • 14. Spo-fy…and  Framily  
  • 15. Dre,  Beat  Up…  
  • 16. The  Birth  of  a  Subscrip-on  Company   “Before  we  knew  we  were   going  to  be  a  marke-ng   company,  we  knew  we   were  going  to  be  a   subscrip-on  company.”     Dharmesh  Shah  -­‐  Hubspot  
  • 17. The  Birth  of  a  Subscrip-on  Company   “it's  -me  to  think  about   business  as  a  collec/on  of   customers  and  find  ways   to  drive  loyalty,  repeat   purchases,  and  greater   revenue..”     Brian  Bell-­‐  CMO  of  Zuora  
  • 18. Become  a  Data   Geek...not  a  HiPPO   Subscrip-on  Companies  are  Data-­‐Driven  
  • 19. Not  this  kind  of  hippo  
  • 20. hippo   This  Kind  of  HiPPO  
  • 21. Be  A  Geek…A  DATA  Geek   “The  great  thing  about   fact-­‐based  decisions  is   that  they  overrule  the   hierarchy.”    
  • 22. The  Milkman,  Data  &  Subscrip-ons   @brentleary  
  • 23. Data-driven Subscription Businesses Align by Buyer Persona Owner Oscar Team (1-50 employees) MidMarket Mary Team (50-500 employees) Enterprise Erica Team (500+ employees) Group Sales & On-Boarding 1-to-1 Sales & On-Boarding Advanced Sales & On-Boarding Oscar Marketing Oscar Sales Oscar Services Mary Marketing Mary Sales Mary Services Erica Marketing Erica Sales Erica Services @brentleary  
  • 24. Consistent Persona Metrics Metric Oscar Mary Erica LTV/CAC 5.2 11.5 19.0 CAC $6,250 $15,500 $28,750 MRR Churn 1.3% 0.7% 0.5% Avg MRR $425 $1250 $2725 LTV $32,700 $179,000 $545,000 Months to Payback 14.7 12.4 10.6 MRR Growth (Q2Q) 18% 27% 34% MRR / Rep $4,750 $7,250 $10,500 NPS 47 65 62 Leads per Cust. 540 2,400 6,625 @brentleary  
  • 25. DATA  AS  AN  ADD-­‐ON  SERVICE  
  • 26. Subscrip-on  Companies  are  Customer-­‐centric  
  • 27. Subscribing  to  Ties???  
  • 28. Base: All respondents (n=1026) Q.7 At which point you would start to feel …? TOA Technologies - 2011 Founda-on  of  Customer  Service   United States  
  • 29. Mayday:  Customer-­‐Centricity  in  Ac-on  
  • 30. Oracle  President  on  Subscrip-ons  
  • 31. Amazon  Subscribe  &  Save  
  • 32. The    Subscrip-ons  Require  Different  Approach   to  Business   •  Focus  on  Mone-zing  Customer   Rela-onships  vs.  Selling  Units   •  Pay-­‐as-­‐you-­‐Go  Pricing  Plans   •  B2Any:  Sell  to  Consumers  &   Businesses  
  • 33. Prime  Time   •  Over  10  Million   Members   •  Membership  doubled   in  last  2  years   •  Es-mated  to  grow  to   25  Million  members   by  2017   *  Morningstar,  2013  
  • 34. Prime  Time   •  Increase  their  purchases   on  Amazon  from  $400  a   year  to  $900  a  year  aEer   they  join*   •  Spend  130%  more  than   regular  Amazon   customers*   •  May  be  responsible  for  as   much  as  20%  of   Amazon’s  overall  sales  in   the  U.S  (BusinessWeek)   *  Prac/calEcommerce.com  
  • 35. Oracle  President  on  Subscrip-ons  
  • 36. Time  to  be  FAIR…Doubly  FAIR   •  Fast…and Flexible •  Analytical…and Agile •  Interactive…and Integrated •  Reliable…and Responsive @brentleary  
  • 37. And  the  Emmy  goes  to…neZlix???  
  • 38. The  Subscrip-on  Metrics  System   Recurring  Revenue   •  Monthly   •  Annual  
  • 39. The  Subscrip-on  Metrics  System  
  • 40. The  Subscrip-on  Metrics  System   Easy  as  ACV  –  Annual  Contract  Value  
  • 41. Pyramid  of  Customer  Loyalty  
  • 42. Thank  You!   @BrentLeary   BrentLeary.com