Telecommunications companies used to provide communication platform as a service at the end of a value chain that they themselves has built from the ground up, and dominated that space for some time.
This week’s Enterprise Connect conference in Orlando, Florida has us excited to see what’s possible in the world of unified communications, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things has already begun to change the way businesses generate revenue. Gartner predicts that the world will host 20 billion connected devices by 2020, all of which can redefine how the we conduct business with the flow of information.
The Internet of Things has been heralded as the Fourth Industrial Revolution because it will underpin every industry and most daily behaviours that we take for granted.
Every connected device creates a new opportunity to generate revenue for organizations savvy enough to leverage the data.
Topics: Internet of Things
As the demand for flexible and efficient Billing/OSS platforms continues to skyrocket, service providers are feeling the pressure to adjust their models to remain competitive.
We currently exist in a unique and exciting atmosphere - The Usage Economy - where customers are seeking systems based on value of usage for services that reflect the customer-experience delivered.
LogiSense is committed to helping communications service providers and resellers MONETIZE and DIFFERENTIATE their unified solutions with carrier-grade B2B2X usage rating and billing.