The evolution of a connected service – why it is important to take a lifecycle view.

We live in a changing world. Customer’s needs change, business models change and technology changes. Telenor Connexion’s mission is to make it easy for companies to realize connected services over time going through the product life cycle. The key to success is to build in a flexible approach in the offering to enable constant fine tuning.

Design smart from start

The early stages of solution design are important. Building in security features optimised for wireless communication is one increasingly important area. As more and more products are going online, hacking attempts are likely to increase. Optimising the communication set-up, in order to make it as flexible as possible and not be locked into a technical or commercial set-up that is not sustainable over time is another.

Managed operations

Operating connected services across different regions and technologies is increasingly complex and requires end-to-end know-how to ensure the best end-user experience. Customers’ solutions are centrally monitored 24/7 to take proactive action and give peace of mind.

Evolve to stay competitive

As the market evolves over time it is critical to enable flexible business logics ensuring possibilities for new business models to capture new market segments and making it easier to consume connected services. It is also important to take an agnostic approach to communication to ensure staying flexible for future changes in technology (2G/3G/4G issue, eUICC, Wi-Fi, Satellite, etc.).

Taking an end-to-end and holistic approach Telenor Connexion help customers identify the critical requirements that the solution should fulfill from the start and throughout the entire product lifecycle.

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