Webinar Replay: Monetizing the Internet of Things

Hidden Opportunities and Challenges

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

The Internet of Things is bringing with it a true paradigm shift, with all the contingencies that entails. For innovative businesses like yours, now is the time to be gathering intelligence and creating a plan for a future that is already beginning to emerge.

Hear from leading industry analyst Andrew Dailey, managing director at MGI Research, about the changing face of competition in a world where every aspect of your business and customers is connected. Then learn how Aria Systems and SOFTRAX have joined forces to help companies meet the billing and revenue challenges of IoT offerings.

In one hour you will learn:

  • New opportunities and competitive threats resulting from IoT
  • How IoT is already reshaping industries
  • New processes and tools necessary in the era of IoT
  • The roles of finance and billing
  • The impact of IoT projects on revenue recognition
  • How to unlock hidden opportunities for business and product owners

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Recorded on January 13th, 2015

Brian James
Product Marketing, Aria Systems

Brian helps customers understand the power of recurring revenue and how it can effectively drive innovation, efficiency, and greater revenue growth. Brian has helped companies use technology to drive innovation and efficiency for over 20 years at both large and small companies including Accenture, Oracle, Mercury, Kintana, Engage, and others. 

Andrew Dailey
Managing Director, MGI Research

Andrew leads the enterprise applications and billing solutions coverage for MGI. He has over 20 years of diversified technology and financial services experience as a software executive, industry analyst (Gartner), and advisor to Fortune 500 companies. Follow him on Twitter - @Andrew_Dailey.

Meet the Presenters:

Tom Zauli
VP Sales & Marketing, SOFTRAX

Tom has more than 17 years of experience in sales and sales leadership with start-up software companies including SES, HyPerformix, Parasoft, rPath, and iTKO. Prior to his career in software sales, Mr. Zauli worked as an electrical engineer for GE Aerospace, Martin Marietta, and Lockheed Martin.