LogiSense Presents
The Usage Economy Summit 2024
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CALL FOR SPONSORS
November 13/2024, San Francisco, CA
The Premier Destination for Expertise in Usage-Based Go-to-Market Strategies

Summit Themes

Identifing Customer Value

How to identify what is of value for customers in a usage based go-to-market and how to price based on that value metric.
Value diagram

Forecasting and Modeling

How to accurately forecast and model revenue for a usage based business balancing innovation and predictability.
Forecasting diagram

How to win business

How to win in your market through usage based pricing models. Create fair choices that beat your competition.
Winning diagram

Preparing your Tech Stack

Considerations and how to prepare your tech stack for a usage based go-to-market. Collecting the right data for your pricing models.
Tech stack diagram

Event Speakers

Adam Howatson
CEO, LogiSense
Adam Howatson joined LogiSense as President and Chief Executive Officer in January of 2019, where he also serves as a member of the Board and Board Secretary. Before joining LogiSense, Adam led the go to market and partner functions of Canada’s largest software company, OpenText, as Chief Marketing Officer and SVP.
Adam Howatson
CEO, LogiSense
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Tim Neil
Sr. Director of Marketing, LogiSense
As Sr. Director of Marketing at LogiSense, Tim is responsible for corporate brand messaging and digital assets ensuring that future customers understand the immense benefits that LogiSense Billing brings. Tim has over 20 years of Product Management and Marketing experience in the technology industry.
Tim Neil
Sr. Director of Marketing, LogiSense
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Chris Brown
VP of Innovation, LogiSense
Chris has over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications industry dealing with Fortune 2000 enterprises and service providers globally. As VP of Innovation Chris interacts in the market and internally providing: technical leadership and vision, mentorship, and creative problem-solving.
Chris Brown
VP of Innovation, LogiSense
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Sunny Wu
VP of Finance/Treasurer, LogiSense
As VP of Finance, Sunny Wu is responsible for managing overall finance and accounting operations, financial reporting, strategic planning and analysis, process improvement, as well as risk management and internal control. Sunny is a driven and passionate individual. She strives for excellence through ensuring the occurrence of growth and change, while balancing the needs of LogiSense’s shareholders, business partners, clients, and employees.
Sunny Wu
VP of Finance/Treasurer, LogiSense
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Ryan Susanna
VP of Sales, LogiSense
Ryan is a seasoned telecommunications expert with a broad background in both the service provider and software vendor sides of the business. Ryan is currently responsible for worldwide sales at LogiSense. During his tenure, Ryan has held executive level positions including Senior Sales Executive, and Director of Sales. In these roles, he has provided strategic sales, product, and market guidance for our next generation IP service management solutions.
Ryan Susanna
VP of Sales, LogiSense
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San Francisco Mint

Welcome to the Usage Economy Summit at the historic San Francisco Mint, where the echoes of a storied past meet the forefront of innovation.

Join industry pioneers in this time-honored setting as we delve into the future of business, exploring the dynamic world of Usage-Based Pricing.

Expert Speakers
Learn everything you need to know about usage based pricing.

Free Signed Book

"Lots of business leaders struggle to recognize their company's value exchange. They don't quite understand what it is they're selling that represents value to their customer. They get stuck thinking about appending a margin to their known costs, which is an approach that is out of touch with the customer's perception of the product or service.

Value can mean different things to different companies and their viability. It might not reflect margin on costs but rather the outcome of the product delivered. With usage-based pricing, the value derived by the customer can be priced discretely. This could be the number of times a service is used by a customer, a volume metric, or a specific outcome or event. The options are limitless, but companies must understand this value metric and have the technical capability to calculate and charge for it to implement an effective usage-based go-to-market." - Adam Howatson, Author

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