In today’s world, doing business the conventional way and maintaining the status quo does not promise recurring revenue as it did in the past. Nor does it provide a competitive …
Although embedded systems and embedded software are not new kids on the block, rapid growth in the Internet of Things has recently brought them into the spotlight. If your business has set its products on the path to IoT monetization, these are two terms well worth knowing.
Two terms we often see confused in conversations with our clients are ‘software protection’ and ‘IP protection’. Both are critical components of any software development and monetization strategy, and have a significant impact on your software development ROI.
How can you ensure that your company is complying with its contractual obligations around the use of third-party software? Moreover, how can you be sure that those software assets are being properly utilized? It all starts by understanding the fundamental difference between the terms ‘software license’ (or licensing) and ‘entitlement’ (or entitlement management).
The next Deciphering Product Management forum is coming up on November 10, 2016 at Red Hat Annex, Raleigh, NC. The event, which is sponsored by Gemalto, will look at product roadmap and go-to-market strategies in the rapidly evolving technology sector. Among the speakers are a number of top executives, all eager to share insights that will help you drive product innovation, streamline product lifecycle, and generate growth.
There are a number of trends fueling business growth and profit strategies for hardware device vendors. Today, more and more hardware device vendors are transforming their business models from one-time sales transactions to ongoing relationship-based models with recurring revenue streams. Increasingly, device vendors are leveraging the software within their hardware devices to innovate and differentiate their devices in order to gain a competitive edge and grow their businesses.