Conversation Will Focus on New Revenue Opportunities for Service Providers Through Smart-Premise Solutions
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, June 4, 2013 — Clear2there LLC, a leading provider of advanced video surveillance, smart-home, smart-business, smart-farm, and smart-healthcare applications, and M2M solutions for service providers and enterprises, announced that Craig Steen, the company’s president and chief executive officer, will speak at the Pennsylvania Telephone Association’s Small Company Meeting. The event is scheduled for Thursday, June 6 at The Penn Stater, in State College, Pennsylvania.
Focusing on the potential financial benefits for operating companies that offer smart-premise solutions, Steen will discuss best practices for service deployment, marketing, and service delivery architecture. The discussion will use specific examples from recent deployments of Clear2there’s Viewbiquity Cloud Application Suite (VCAS) to illustrate the significant bottom line growth that service providers have achieved by offering high-margin smart-premise services in their region. Attendees will understand how incorporating control and management applications like event detection, video surveillance, HVAC control, and power management and control into their packaged offerings will create new revenue streams, reduce subscriber churn, and further monetize the broadband connection to the subscriber’s premise.
“Using a hybrid of Cloud and Central Office-based resources, service providers of any size can cost-effectively serve customers who are seeking smart-premise solutions for their homes, farms, and for the care of elderly family members,” said Steen. “Finding new, recurring revenue opportunities through these subscribers allows service providers to monetize the last mile, and fend off larger competitors. This session will review the tactics required to leverage these solutions, the marketing strategies that will drive sales, and offer suggestions for satisfying customers that are looking for control options from their mobile device.”
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