The path to launching a new business strategy can be littered with unexpected twists and turns, especially when transitioning to a new monetization model that relies on multiple moving parts.
Data from Revenera’s 2022 Monetization Monitor shows software suppliers are increasingly moving to Subscription/Term, Consumption, Metered, and Outcome or Value-based revenue models, which can bring fantastic benefits but also present huge risk if you don’t get it right.
Please join this panel discussion with software monetization experts Phillip Daus, Partner, Simon-Kucher, Scott Niemann, Director of Product Management, Revenera, and Eric Jensen, Solution Architect, Revenera, to get the inside track on:
Incentivizing customers to transition to your new model
Creating loyalty to stimulate recurring revenue
Focusing on the right metrics to determine value and boost renewals
Whether you’re taking your first steps, are mid-journey, or at an advanced stage of your transition, this session is not to be missed, as the panel has decades of hands-on experience, so please register now and be sure to tune in.
Description: With 14 billion devices expected to have eSIM capabilities by 2030, there is no doubt the technology replacing physical SIM cards is booming now. In this podcast, Gabriel Salvate, Director of Strategy Business Development at BICS, introduces eSIMs and talks about their benefits from both the technical and use case perspectives. He guides listeners through the topics of remote provisioning or over-the-air management. Gabriel also explains how enterprises today leverage the possibility of having multiple profiles stored in one eSIM. He illustrates the differences between eSIM for IoT and consumer use, and presents trending use cases (like the popular one, the communication between electric cars). The podcast is wrapped up with three key takeaways for enterprises, so they can move forward to eSIM adoption today and get scalable and effective connectivity solutions for their IoT deployments.
In this podcast, Arul Vaz, Senior Business Manager at BICS, walks us through the challenges of permanent roaming. He explains what it is, and how permanent roaming can impact IoT projects, especially as countries including China, Brazil, and the USA have introduced restrictions that affect multi-country deployment. He also looks at how BICS’ SIM for Things can help IoT companies – and OEMs, in particular – with a simple, scalable solution managed from a single platform and network that complies with permanent roaming regulations in local markets worldwide.
BICS’ business development director for IoT, Gabriel Salvate describes GSMA categories for eSims for consumers and IoT devices. He also discusses BICS’ IoT eSIM, which allows enterprises to manage connectivity and devices effortlessly on a single platform. The solution won a MEFFY award for simplifying connectivity for global IoT projects for enterprises. Interested in finding out more?
In this Trending Tech Podcast episode, Jim Morrish of Transforma Insights navigates the intricate landscape of IoT connectivity in Asia. Joined by Ignatius Lee from Singtel and Alan Yeo from Bridge Alliance, the trio delves into the challenges and potential of cellular IoT solutions in the region. From Smart Nation initiatives to vision of becoming a global connectivity gateway, the conversation offers a deep dive into the future of IoT in Asia and beyond.
Did you know that inventory distortion costs businesses around the world a staggering $1.9 trillion every year? That’s why smart retailers are investing in cloud-connected IoT solutions that give them greater control and agility over their supply chains. But how do you find or create the best IoT solution for your business without getting lost in the complexity? Join us for this webinar and discover how the Qualcomm® Aware Platform can help you achieve digital transformation for the logistics industry. You will learn:
What is inventory distortion and how it affects your bottom line
How real-time inventory visibility can help you optimize your operations and reduce costs
How the Qualcomm® Aware Platform simplifies IoT deployment and management
How to get started with Qualcomm Aware and see immediate results
Avnet and BICS partnership provides a powerful platform for managing connectivity all around the world. With the integration of BICS’ platform into Avnet IoT Connect, customers can manage everything in one single platform. This partnership brings a full design, including connectivity and security, to ensure a good customer experience.
The number of connected IoT devices is expected to reach 17 billion by 2030 – with immense value lying in the data they will carry. But how can all these large data sets be combined and interpreted effectively? Connectivity providers have the global infrastructure, experience, and technical expertise required to extract the maximum value out of this IoT device data. Their entry into the IoT ecosystem has not only brought greater flexibility and security, it has also boosted the growth of the industry.
Gabriel Salvate, Business Development Director for IoT at BICS, will discuss the current IoT environment and how hyperscalers have impacted, and will continue to shape the future of the industry – specifically through security, and application enablement for connected devices.