It’s time to pony up, pricers! The Syncron pricing team is headed to Vegas for the the 30th Annual Fall Pricing Workshops & Conference at the M Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada to learn pricing service strategies for the year ahead.

The event is hosted by the Professional Pricing Society (PPS), an organization that has evolved into a gathering of more than 4,800 members from a more than 75 countries. Hosting five major pricing conferences a year, PPS is focused on bringing pricing’s foremost thought-leaders together for events, workshops and online courses to facilitate ongoing learning, networking and shared experience in pricing.

That’s why we’re showing up with some of our top pricing experts in the Syncron organization to learn from some of the best in the industry – and to uncover the expanding scope of pricing today. We’re hearing from leaders at world-class companies like Bain and Company, Microsoft and HP, and we’re looking forward to learning more about pressing pricing topics like core pricing skills, pricing new products, partnering with sales and so much more.  

Earlier this year we learned from this elite pricing community about the 80/20 rule and how to amplify its impact in business by layering and streamlining pricing into processes, the top 10 lessons on the pricing transformation journey and how to start the journey to usage-based pricing today. This season, our top picks for the agenda include:

  • Microsoft’s Laura Preslan’s Keynote on “Creating a Digital Culture”
  • Bain and Company’s Chuck Davenport’s Keynote on “Pricing in the Age of Amazon”
  • HP’s Deepak Bhootra’s Keynote on “Applying Data Science to Pricing for Achieving Growth”
  • And, of course, Syncron’s Jeff Nieze’s Breakout Session on “The Evolution of Service Pricing”

By learning from incredible pricing thought-leaders, we’re focusing on what service pricing strategies matter most. At their core, pricing practitioners have a strong desire for organizations to embrace and benefit from the power of pricing, creating ample opportunity for increased profits and margins, especially in service parts pricing. At the end of the day, pricers deserve a seat at the table for key go-to-market strategic decisions, so why do majority of organizations not embrace them?

Digital innovation is happening. As the world goes digital, pricing models models are causing go-to-market strategies to change. But, as we think 10 years ahead, we have to think, “how will people buy in future?” Are pricing best practices ready for a change? Are pricing organizations ready for a transformation? These are the questions we hope to answer after hearing some of the best tips and tools the pricing industry has to offer.


Join us as we recap our experience during the performance workshops, interactive working groups, and so much more. With nearly a week’s worth of networking, technology and strategy, we’re sure to come home with some of the best insights in pricing today. Vegas… here we come!