How to Choose a Cloud Billing Platform

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Click through for tips on choosing a cloud billing system, as identified by Derek Choy, vice president of engineering for Aria Systems.

According to a recent Incyte Group report, nearly half of all businesses in the United States currently have or are in the process of developing and/or investigating recurring revenue offerings. Unlike traditional business models, which are built around one-time transactions or upfront fees, recurring revenue offerings focus on smaller, ongoing, subscription-based transactions. As more companies develop these types of offerings, they are increasingly shifting from on-premise software to the cloud for a billing platform to monetize and manage their subscription-based products and services. Derek Choy, vice president of engineering for Aria Systems, offers the following tips for choosing a cloud billing system.

 

Related Topics : Cloud Computing, Dell, Services Vendors, SMBs, Web Platform Vendors

 
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