17th October 2017. Posted by Shashank Venkat
Filed under: Amazon, Amazon Prime, Amazon Prime Wardrobe, Jeff Bezos, retail, Sportswear
Books, cloud, movies, hardware and now even pharmacy don’t seem to be keeping Jeff Bezos’ hands full. Now, the e-commerce giant is all set to advance into the sportswear niche. Shashank Venkat with the story
13th October 2017. Posted by News Editor
Filed under: Amazon, Gap, Passport, pharmacy, Porsche, Subscription Box
Welcome to this week’s subscription roundup. In our main feature, we highlight luxury car maker Porsche’s new subscription service program called Porsche Passport. Then we feature apparel maker Gap’s launch of subscription boxes for baby clothes. Lastly, we look at Amazon’s plans for entering the pharmacy industry.
12th October 2017. Posted by Shashank Venkat
Filed under: AI, Amazon, Amazon Prime, Artificial Intelligence, CVS, healthcare, IoT, Jeff Bezos, pharmacy, Pharmacy Benefit Managers, prescription drugs, Walgreens, Whole Foods
According to reports, e-commerce giant Amazon is all set to make a decision on entering the multi-billion dollar prescription drug market before Thanksgiving. Will Jeff Bezos and co. turn another industry on its head? Shashank Venkat reports
10th October 2017. Posted by Shashank Venkat
Filed under: freemium, SaaS, SaaS subscription platforms
There seems to be a growing perception that if software is offered through the cloud it comes with no cost or at a very low cost. Richard Doughty, Business Development Director at Cerillion, debunks this myth in an exclusive interview with Shashank Venkat
6th October 2017. Posted by News Editor
Filed under: AI, Artificial Intelligence, First Click Free, Google, Google Assistant, Google Pixel, Netflix, Pixel Buds
Lots of action in this week’s subscription roundup. First up, we feature Netflix’s plans for making your favourite TV shows a tad more expensive. In our second feature, we highlight Google’s efforts to help publishers sell subscriptions. Finally, we feature news from the big Google event held earlier this week.
5th October 2017. Posted by Saleh Bari
Filed under: 5G, Augmented Reality, future of telecoms, Pokémon Go, Virtual Reality
The applications of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are beginning to take the world by storm. How can the telecoms sector stand to gain by it? Saleh Bari explores
3rd October 2017. Posted by Richard Doughty
Filed under: recurring billing system, subscription billing, Subscription revolution
There’s lots of talk about the rise of subscriptions and how the whole world’s being turned upside down and round and round by it. But what’s the truth behind the marketing spin? Richard Doughty does a quick fact check
29th September 2017. Posted by News Editor
Filed under: Alexa, Amazon, Amazon Prime, Apple, Echo, Fire TV, Google, Google Home, HomePod, Netflix, smart home, The Washington Post
Tech giant Amazon has made it clear that it wants to own the largest share of the consumer technology pie. In a recent event, Amazon unveiled a range of new home devices designed to take on rivals Google and Apple. The story is our main highlight in this week’s subscription roundup. In addition, we feature The Washington Post’s journey to 1 million subscriptions and also cover Netflix’s new plans for in-flight streaming.
27th September 2017. Posted by Shashank Venkat
Filed under: airline, customer experience, In-flight entertainment, Netflix, subscription management, Virgin America
Video streaming service Netflix is aiming for the skies, quite literally, as it aims to improve in-flight technology. It also wants to expand its services to more airlines. Will this move give Netflix more wings? Shashank Venkat explores
26th September 2017. Posted by James Savelli-Holt
Filed under: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Blockchain as a service, ChainForce, cryptocurrency, distributed ledger, Ethereum, future of telecoms, Smart Contracts
Blockchains are breaking away from their traditional bastion of fintech, and moving swiftly into other areas such as telecoms and healthcare. In the third part of our ‘future of telecoms’ blog series, James Savelli-Holt explores potential blockchain opportunities for telecoms businesses
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Amazon all set to launch a sportswear line
Fancy a Porsche subscription service?
Amazon’s next move: From Subscriptions to Prescriptions?
Cloud does not equal free
Netflix raises price of subscriptions in the UK and US