Monetizing Services in the New Hyperconnected World: Shifting Business Models from Products to Services

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In industries as diverse as high tech, financial services, and telecommunications, companies such as yours are rapidly changing their business models and launching new hyperconnected services via the Internet and wireless networks. This white paper examines the challenges of monetizing these new services in today’s economy—and proposes solutions that will help you achieve your goals.

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