"Your video business is poised for dramatic growth. Can your provider keep up? SVOD revenues are rising more than 30$ annually.
Learn how to avoid common pitfalls and identify a video provider that can grow with you.
Download the first entry in IBM Cloud Video’s OTT Success Series to discover:
-Important distinctions that can mean the difference between scalable success and an embarrassing false start
-How to anticipate and avoid common pitfalls in the OTT 2.0 environment
-The right questions to ask when taking your video business to the next level
-How the right provider can help you master multiscreen delivery, drive subscriber growth and reduce churn"
In this era of cloud computing, mobile devices, and the Internet of Things (IoT), firms are testing new product offerings that combine elements of content, software, services, and hardware together. Like the innovative products themselves, the rulebook on monetizing them is evolving. Firms are shifting from one-time perpetual sales or fixed monthly subscriptions to consumption models that blend onetime, subscription, and usage-based billing (see Figure 1). CEOs recognize this shift toward business
models that reflect the value of the relationship with the customer.
The move to subscription and consumption business models is pervasive in almost every industry. From retailers selling subscription box sets to industrial equipment manufacturers charging based on consumption, the increase in experimentation of alternative business models is extraordinary (see Figure 2). While B2C disrupters like Netflix and Zipcar have gotten more media attention, the growth of subscription billing plat
Published By: Recurly
Published Date: Mar 07, 2016
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Published By: Vindicia
Published Date: Oct 04, 2017
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