SIMPLIFY your billing and LOWER TCO. No, really.
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.
The shift to the usage economy is on the rise across countless industries worldwide, as companies move away from old, cookie-cutter paradigms and mine assets to monetize budding revenue opportunities. The traditional subscription economy that locks customers into long-term relationships will increasingly be a death trap for companies that refuse to innovate with usage-based billing models.
Topics: usage-based billing
In a recent KPMG survey of technology industry business leaders it was predicted that Cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) are to be two of the most disruptive technologies which will drive business transformation in the enterprise over the next three years in the United States.
For Communication Service Providers, taxation is an important element of their monetization strategy and cannot be overlooked. The famous words from Benjamin Franklin spring to mind: “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Taxation can get complex and having the right systems in place to automate that complexity are paramount. As a central player in catalog management and billing transactions, the billing platform becomes a key actor in the configuration of catalog and account level taxation rules. This makes it even more important that companies integrate with a Billing system that has the flexibility to handle their tax needs no matter how complex.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has essentially exploded over the past few years. Throughout this growth, the IoT has been asserted as the frontrunner for most hyped, most talked about, and most anticipated technology. As this hype continues, the innate value and potential of the Internet of Things is becoming more fully realized. Conversely, it is no secret that traditional telco models are becoming more outdated and less profitable. The entire telco and technology industry are undergoing immense changes- with new players entering the market to potentially displace or bypass existing and established market leaders.
Modern businesses, of all sizes, are facing an unprecedented need for making decisions regarding their enterprise communications and the required solutions. These decisions not only impact their overall immediate success but put forth their intentions for the highly connected, smart business models of the future. Integrated enterprise communication tools and omniscient mobility are both high on the demands list for service providers and enterprises alike.