MGI Research made quite the bold statement in 2016; saying that Quote-To-Cash was no more. It will take a more comprehensive monetisation platform and focusing on processes to support this platform to improve productivity, customer churn, compliance, and revenue leakage. Being able to quickly repackage, re-price, and then deliver an existing service, as well as…
How people enjoy and consume entertainment has changed dramatically as a result of the ubiquitous nature of high speed internet and the ever-connected world.
Sensors can be found in just about everything thanks to the advent of IoT devices. IoT and M2M have become very popular topics of discussion lately.
IoT is a booming industry. Now the question is how it can be monetized.
The IoT has created different ways to create a unique monetisation model provided you’ve got the flexibility and the agility to really make use of them. Today we’ll be looking at two of the ways the IoT has changed how things are monetised but also made it easier to automate the management of products by connecting them to the internet.
There are a number of ways to define “connected cars” – all of which related to the ability of the car to connect sensors, devices such as smartphone or tablet, or car ports to enable a number of functions including navigation, checking the state of the components such as the engine, infotainment, home/office, infrastructure, businesses, services and many more.
OTT means “Over-the-top” and some people refer to it as “value added”. We’ve been using OTT services for years now without ever realising it. An OTT service is basically a serviced used over the network services you receive from your service provider.
This list of VoIP providers will help with any questions about an IP phone service that you have. There are different kinds of services offered by VoIP providers; they are residential, business, wholesale and mobile. Providers will usually supply the hardware as well as the software to get your internet phone service up and running.
There are a number of benefits to putting down the traditional phone and picking up a VoIP service. These services come with low monthly rates, are more portable, and have a host of VoIP features of their own. VoIPs have some of the same basic features as traditional phones such as holding calls, forwarding calls, and call waiting.
Mobile VoIP has become the most demanded feature of internet calling. Mobile VoIP connects mobile devices through internet calls. These internet calls are compatible with any IP network, so all you need to make calls is a mobile VoIP app, and an internet connect – either 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi.