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What business model will be employed in the next 10 years for B2B OEMs in the generation of revenues?

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Currently B2B OEMs continue to embrace their legacy business model of build-and-sell.
There are several business models evolving that can change how OEMs will generate predictable recurring revenues in the future:

1-Product-as-a-Service [PaaS] agreement that includes an embedded lease, in which recurring revenues are generated by a fixed fee per output (i.e. $1/mile travelled) or outcome (i.e. level of machine availability) .
2-Aftermarket service agreement with a fixed fee per output or outcome.
3-Subscription for a product or service in which delivery is on a defined periodic basis
4-Subscription for a service in which access is for a defined periodic basis
Note that cloud-based software products are in effect a subscription service that is a combination of shared server and storage hardware, various software products with outcome assurances of 99.95 update.

So, what are your thoughts of this trend

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Ron Giuntini
1 month ago

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Have some input?