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Today's Webinar: Monetising Your IoT Offering

The IoT is fundamentally changing the way companies are creating revenues. By reducing the number of physical product lines and adding functionality with embedded software, device manufacturers increase efficiency. And by introducing new licensing models they will be able to create new revenue streams and offer combined hardware, software and services models.

This webinar analyses the adoption and impact of the Industrial IoT. It also tackles the challenges companies are facing when shifting from a physical to a digital business model and implementing revenue models that are based on usage, time or value.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 04:00 PM British Summer Time.
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Kings Hill, Kent, UK. May 17, 2016 -- It is with the greatest sadness and regret that we have to report that Alun Lewis, the editor of IoT Now print magazi
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IoT Now is the leading global magazine covering machine-to-machine communications (M2M), embedded devices, connected consumer devices, smart grids & metering, and the Internet of Things.
IoT Now Magazine led by its web portal, IoT Now provides unrivalled news, blogs, videos, feature articles and white papers from around the world. The magazine covers business strategies, research reports, C-Level interviews, revenue models, best practice features, and Case Studies in a wide range of industry verticals. These industries include communication services for advertising & media, agriculture, automotive, education, fleet management & logistics, healthcare, manufacturing, retail & point of sale, security & defence, transport & telematics, utilities and many more.  IoT Now magazine is available on Free Subscription to qualifying readers and on paid subscription to all others. The print magazine is circulated quarterly to 2,221 named directors and senior managers in M2M-related businesses worldwide. IoT Now’s monthly HTML newsletter is circulated to over 37,000 opt-in readers worldwide. 
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