In order to pursue a cost recovery approach for its EZID service, the California Digital Library (CDL) service developed a pricing plan based on an annual subscription fee-for-service. The case study describes the four-part process of: service definition, cost identification, market study and creation of the pricing model.
California Digital Library
EZID (‘easy-eye-dee’) is a service offered by the California Digital Library1 (CDL) to simplify the process of obtaining and managing long-term (or ‘persistent’) identifiers for digital content. An identifier is ...