Shopping Cart : 0 Items
 
Home    Books    Net Worth: Shaping Markets When Customers Make The Rules
Net Worth: Shaping Markets When Customers Make The Rules...
Net Worth: Shaping Markets When Customers Make The Rules
 
Write a Review
Author : John Hagel Iii & Marc Singer
Publisher : Harvard Business
ISBN# : 0-87584-889-3
Pages : 311
Price :INR 1000
Offer Price:INR 890
 
Out of Stock - On Order
Buy
 
Book Description
Consumers already recognize the need to protect their privacy when using the Internet to communicate, browse for information, and purchase goods and services. With Net Worth, authors Hagel and Singer build an intriguing scenario in which customers take control of their personal data and refuse to surrender it without some compensation. As customers search for the best deal and the safest place for their information assets, an opportunity emerges for firms to leverage new, web based strategies and act as `infomediaries` brokers or intermediaries who help customers maximize the value of their data. Net Worth constructs a new business model around the infomediary, and reveals the coming battle among infomediaries for customers` trust and private information. The authors examine the opportunities the infomediary will present for businesses and consumers alike, as customer centric brands rise up as the primary source of new value creation, forcing companies to reassess the nature of their core businesses and their long held beliefs about brands and marketing.
 
DISCLAIMER
  • The book summary and image may vary as per the binding and edition available of the same title.
  • Book reviews are added by registered customers. They need not necessarily have read or bought the book.
  • These books are not available for reading online from this website or for free download in PDF or ebook format.
  • Price can change or vary due to reprinting, price change by publisher or sourcing cost change for imported books.
  • The presently available edition will only be supplied at the present best possible price.