8th December 2017. Posted by News Editor
Filed under: Amazon, Amazon Prime, Google Play Music, music, Netflix, YouTube, YouTube Red
In this week’s subscription roundup, we feature popular video sharing platform YouTube’s foray into the paid music streaming industry. Will it manage to shake up established services such as Spotify and Apple Music? In our second story, we follow the launch of the Amazon Prime subscription service in Singapore. Our third story covers Netflix’s new plans to bring interactive elements to its TV shows.
4th December 2017. Posted by Saleh Bari
Filed under: BSSOSS, Communication Service Providers, CSPs, telecom
Digital Transformation as a buzzword has been around in telecom circles for many years now, but Communication Service Providers (CSPs) have so far failed to realise its full potential. Saleh Bari analyses the trend and identifies ways telecom operators can revitalise their digital transformation efforts.
1st December 2017. Posted by News Editor
Filed under: Amazon Prime Video, BBC, BBC Studios, BBC Worldwide, Care by Volvo, Margot James, Netflix, subscription management, Tony Hall, Volvo
In this week’s subscription roundup, we feature the BBC’s new plans to merge its production and commercial arms – BBC Studios and BBC Worldwide. Can the unified commercial entity combat the threat from subscription streaming powerhouses such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video? In our second story, we provide more details about the ‘Care by Volvo’ subscription service by automaker Volvo. The third story reveals…
29th November 2017. Posted by Shashank Venkat
Filed under: Australia, CDR, Consumer Data Right, data privacy, GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, Productivity Commission
As Europe prepares for sweeping reforms in data privacy and security through the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), equally important laws may be on the cards for Australia. Shashank Venkat presents details of the proposed Consumer Data Right legislation
24th November 2017. Posted by News Editor
Filed under: Amazon, Amazon Australia, carrier billing, Deutsche Telekom, FCC, Federal Communications Commission, MoviePass, net neutrality, Netflix, subscription billing
In this week’s subscription roundup, our main feature explores Netflix’s new global partnership with Deutsche Telekom. The move will help the subscription streaming service reach even more subscribers in Europe. The second one explores the latest subscription offering from movie ticketing service MoviePass. Our final feature is about the FCC’s new plans to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality regulations.
22nd November 2017. Posted by Shashank Venkat
Filed under: Ajit Pai, FCC, Federal Communications Commission, Internet Service Providers, ISPs, Net Neutrality
The brouhaha over net neutrality continues as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has now laid down a concrete plan to ditch the existing net neutrality rules. Are these the last few weeks of the internet as we know it? Shashank Venkat reports
17th November 2017. Posted by News Editor
Filed under: Amazon, Amazon Go, Amazon Prime, Amazon Prime Video, Bob Iger, Disney, Merchbar, Netflix, Spotify, Whole Foods
In this week’s subscription roundup, we find out a little more about Disney’s new subscription streaming service. And by the looks of it, Disney is not planning to get into a direct competition with arch rival Netflix. In addition, we look at two stories coming out from the Amazon stables - the first about theirambitious cashier-less stores called Amazon Go, and the second delves into new plans for thePrime Video service. Our…
16th November 2017. Posted by Leonardo Hodgson
Filed under: Cerillion Skyline, cloud billing, customer experience, recurring revenue, self-service, Skyline, subscription management, subscription revolution
Self-service is fast becoming a critical piece of the customer support function for subscription-based businesses. Leonardo Hodgson explores the benefits of the self-service model and explains the self-service capabilities within our cloud billing platform, Cerillion Skyline.
14th November 2017. Posted by Carola Ingegnieros
Filed under: accounting, billing, IFRS, IFRS 15, Revenue Recognition, subscription models
IFRS 15 promises to shake up the prevailing practices in revenue recognition across the globe. Carola Ingegnieros deep dives into the new financial reporting standard and studies its impact on subscription businesses.
10th November 2017. Posted by News Editor
Filed under: Amazon Video, Apple, HBO, HBO Now, Hulu, in-app subscriptions, Netflix, OTT, social media, Twitter, Twitter Promote Mode, YouTube
In this week’s subscription roundup, we focus on Twitter’s all new advertising subscription program built for small businesses. Will the new service called Twitter Promote Mode get users to spend more on the social media platform? Next, we look at the top 10 rankings of subscription OTT video services in the US. And finally, we examine Apple’s efforts towards giving developers more flexibility in subscription pricing…
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YouTube to launch music subscription service
Digital Transformation and BSS/OSS - What’s the reality?
BBC Studios and BBC Worldwide will merge to take on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video
Australia mulls over new Consumer Data Right legislation
Netflix inks deal with Deutsche Telekom