DEFINING THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

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Abandon One-Trick Billing Solutions to Capitalize on the Internet of Things

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Today the Internet of Things (IoT) is focused primarily on services that record and relay sensory data; however, as all technologies evolve, so too will IoT services. As more complex business models emerge, billing solutions must be able to support the agile needs of a business as changes occur rapidly in pace with technology. Don’t get stuck with a one-trick billing solution. Instead, invest in a billing solution that can handle any business model, or combination of business models – including those not yet defined.

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Abandon One-Trick Billing Solutions to Capitalize on the Internet of Things

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