Definitions for "Core product"
The set of problem-solving or need-meeting benefits that customers are buying when they purchase a product. Customers are rarely prepared to pay a premium for these elements of a product.
The central feature or benefit sought by the customer and offered by the service provider as a solution to customers' needs or wants.
The central benefit or purpose for which a consumer buys a product or service. The core product varies from purchaser to purchaser. For a library user the core benefit of checking out a book, may be for one user that there is no charge, and to another the availability of a work which can no longer be purchased.