Three Ways to Lower Total Cost of Ownership for Your IoT Deployments
As IoT matures, organisations are becoming savvier and now understand that the lowest-priced
solution – whether for connectivity, modules, or apps – could end up being the most
expensive if you don’t take cost factors beyond the price per megabit into consideration.
Increasingly, the focus is turning to the total cost of ownership for IoT deployments.
Organisations want to understand and control their total costs rather than simply going to
market for the cheapest headline price.
This paper, supported by the recent MobileWorldLive webinar here, explores three of the
key areas in which substantial TCO reductions can be achieved by enabling organisations to:
• Eradicate non-performing assets (NPA)
• Control over-the-air (OTA) upgrade costs
• Ensure contract term flexibility
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