Today, many producers still have disjointed software supply chain processes which result in an inconsistent user experience and make it hard to efficiently deliver updates and patches. This often ends with unhappy customers that question the value or – even worse – are exposed to security threats from software vulnerabilities.
An automated and optimized software supply chain reduces the attack surface for hackers, enables IoT providers to automate processes and makes it easy to move towards flexible monetization models based on time, usage or outcome and therewith to recurring revenue and IoT success.
In this IoT Now webinar Matthew Dunkley from Flexera and Robin Duke Woolley from Beecham Research will discuss how IoT providers can optimize their software supply chain and monetize and protect their IoT solutions.
23rd February 2017
10 am ET – United States
3 pm – United Kingdom
4 pm – Germany and France
- Reimagine the way you build and monetize IoT solutions
- Provide transparency and a consistent user experience for IoT growth
- Minimize software vulnerability risks
- See examples of successful Software Monetization scenarios
Matthew Dunkley is IoT Strategy Director at Flexera. In this role he defines and shapes the IoT Strategy and product portfolio of Flexera’s Software Monetization solutions. He is working closely with Software Producers and Intelligent Device Manufacturers worldwide to help them driving the most value from their IoT solutions through a mature software monetization strategy and best-in-class products. Matthew has more than 20 years industry experience working in the defence, medical, semiconductor and automotive industries.
Robin Duke-Woolley is one of the best-known and most respected names in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, with over 20 years’ experience as an analyst and consultant in telecommunications. Beecham Research combines successful business experience, and extensive analysis expertise in both research and consulting practices. The company operates globally and has research partners in many parts of the world.
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