If you are involved in providing IOT (Internet of Things) connectivity services to your end customer, then you’re probably aware that your customers are expecting significant personalization when it comes to how your services are deployed.
As competition heats up; customers are not willing to just write a cheque. They expect to pay on usage-based outcomes.
We're here to outline some creative ways you can personalize your usage based models while protecting your bottom line.
In a market where connectivity prices for IoT (Internet of Things) services are reducing rapidly or where service providers or MVNOs (Mobile Virtual Network Operators) are reselling services, there are pressures on direct margin pricing models. To grow your margins, service offerings need to be looked at differently.
All relationships take work to succeed, make yours last with your customer.
Service providers need to set up contractual relationships with their customers to ensure a degree of predictability in their customer relationships and partner in their growth.
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Choosing the right billing solution partner is an important step towards unlocking new revenue streams.
We know how lengthy and complex the process can be. So to make things easier we’ve put together this step-by-step guide to assist you with the Request for Proposal (RFP) process for a billing solution.
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