Here at Aria Systems, we live and breathe all things related to
monetization via customer care and relationships. We live in a
world where recurring revenue management is becoming a dominant theme. Lately there’s been a natural gravitation to the Internet of Things/Internet of Everything, and the synchronicity between the business models the IoT produces and how Aria is serendipitously designed to support all of it. Simply put, we want people to think a lot about the new age the IoT heralds. To that end, this post is the first in a series intended to explore the monetization of the IoT in some depth; i.e.,the Monetization of Things.
The Internet of Things offers countless opportunities to grow your business, increase recurring revenue, and retain satisfied customers for longer periods of time.
If you can measure it, you can monetize it. And when you combine the vast amounts of big data available with the IoT, there are endless opportunities ($14.4 trillion worth!) for monetization across all industries and functions—from healthcare to B2B to automotive and nearly everything in between.
The following articles will help you maximize and monetize the Internet of Things.
The Big Book of MoT is designed to give our readers easy access to practical and useful information about monetizing the IoT. We separated the fluff from the good stuff, by going beyond what’s strictly relevant to the IoT’s capacity for monetization, with the inclusion of perspectives that also look at the IoT from other angles.
Yes, the Internet of Things is complicated. But getting it right
is will be imperative. We hope you enjoy The Big Book of MoT and that it provides you with information that helps you grow your business for years to come.
At Aria Systems we spend a lot of time thinking about the ways in which our technology contributes to businesses seeking to capitalize on the ever-changing ways to engage with customers. Our collective interest in the IoT and its organic overlay with a long list of monetization models should be self-evident if you’ve been reading this Internet of Things anthology series.
As We embarked upon this e?ort it quickly became obvious that it would be a disservice to our readers not to elevate our thinking. We needed to go beyond what was strictly relevant to the IoT’s capacity for monetization and include perspectives that looked at the IoT from other angles.