Xyte’s $30M Funding: Laying the Foundations for Device and Hardware Manufacturers to Transform from One-Time Product Sales to As-a-Service Business Models
Xyte was born of the realization that device and hardware manufacturers must transform their businesses in order to navigate the changing tides of economy, technology, and consumer behavior.
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What is Servitization? Benefits, Challenges & Tools
The shift to servitization is transforming industries, from manufacturing to retail and everything in-between. In this blog, we’ll explore the fundamentals of servitization – methods, benefits, challenges and more.
Critical Components of a B2B IoT Solution
IoT connections literally span the globe, and IoT devices are integrated into nearly every facet of modern life. Drill down into what makes B2B IoT tick, and how to kick yours into gear.
The Financial Blueprint for HaaS
A deep dive into the financial side of the HaaS revolution – how to navigate the multifaceted matrix of HaaS payment models versus the traditional model of upfront capital commitments.
RMM Redefines Efficiency
How would it change your business if you or your channel partners could monitor, configure, update and maintain equipment and devices from anywhere, in real time?
Cloud Solutions for Manufacturers: Eliminating the Build vs Buy Question
Embracing a proven ecosystem helps you shift focus from building to benefits.
Reaching Sustainability Goals in Manufacturing with as-a-Service Business Models
Can a business model actually have a significant impact in the future of our planet? XaaS can. The XaaS (Anything-as-a-Service) model optimizes resource use, and reduces waste.
The Future of Manufacturing: Hardware as a Service
Customers' needs have changed. So has the business models in the manufacturing industry. Read the insights from Intel and Xyte.
As-a-Service Business Models: Climbing the Product Value Chain
Explore the revolutionary shift to as-a-Service business models with insights from Xyte and Volvo Group Digital & IT. Dive into the considerations that are redefining product value for manufacturers, channel partners, and end-users.
What Is HaaS (Hardware as a Service)?
Understand what the hardware as a service model consists of and why it makes good business sense for manufacturers and end users.
Servitization: The New Business Standard
Discover servitization and its transformative impact on business growth. Learn how companies combine products & services for success.
Creating Your Own “Business Essentials”
The surrounding digital infrastructure is important to enable repeatable revenue streams from your hardware. So how can hardware manufacturers achieve Business Essentials–like capabilities, despite their focus on hardware development?
Why Hardware Manufacturers Should Transition from One-Time Product Sales...
Even though Hardware-as-a-Service encapsulates tremendous opportunities for hardware manufacturers, so far only a handful of companies have successfully introduced new HaaS/HWaaS business models. This is surprising – after all, no one wants to be the Blockbuster of their industry.
Implementing Usage-Based Pricing for your Hardware Business
Subscription-based business models are becoming increasingly popular among hardware and software providers as a way to drive long-term revenue and build lasting customer relationships.But there are a variety of pricing structures available (tiered, feature-based, fixed or flat-rate, and more). So which one is best for your company?
Hardware-as-a-Service: On the Cusp of an Epic Market Transition ...
The proliferation of the subscription economy, cloud technology, and the Internet of Things over the past decade has led to a significant shift in customer expectations, forcing device manufacturers to rethink the services they provide and transform their go-to-market strategy.
How channel partners can leverage cloud technologies...
Channel partners play a central role in every B2B supply chain. While hardware and software providers might be the brands we all know, no complex B2B project can be completed without the domain expertise of channel partners offering pre- and post-sales professional services.