London, 25th June 2008 – Convergent billing specialist, Cerillion Technologies, has announced the launch of Cerillion Express, a pre-integrated and pre-configured CRM and billing solution for telecoms operators. Offering rapid implementation and a very low total cost of ownership, Cerillion Express provides all the elements required to support a communications provider’s business in one off-the-shelf package.
In this article on IBC 365 looking at the evolution of OTT services, Dominic Smith explains how as competition intensifies, a more flexible approach to pricing is required instead of the traditional one-size-fits-all subscription.
After years of build-up and growing anticipation, the first consumer services based on 5G were finally launched around the world during 2019. In the UK, EE, O2, Three and Vodafone all launched 5G services to some degree, whilst the big four carriers of the US – AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint – have also rolled out commercial 5G services in various cities across the country. These launches have made one thing clear – telcos need to think differently about 5G services by ditching the traditional mindset around pricing and come up with more innovative ways of monetising their services. Radical improvements in bandwidth, speed and latency offered by 5G mean that telcos can leverage the opportunity to offer richer digital experiences and find new ways to engage their customers.
This white paper explores the many facets of the ongoing 5G rollout, both technological and cultural, that businesses must adapt to in order to keep their product offering relevant and reactive. Subjects covered include the new avenues for…
4th August 2020. Posted by Adam Hughes
Filed under: BMW, Internet of Things, IoT, Jaguar Land Rover, subscription billing, Volkswagen, Volvo
Businesses across all industries are identifying new and increasingly innovative sources of revenue, thanks to the ever-growing opportunities presented by the Internet of Things (IoT). How can subscription businesses capitalise on the potential of embedded sensor-based technology?