Discussing SERVICE-BASED BUSINESS MODELS
Service-based business models shift the emphasis from equipment ownership and maintenance towards customers paying for output, outcomes, and long-term solutions.
Traditionally, having a business model that generates regular ongoing income was something that either only tech businesses or the largest manufacturing companies enjoyed. Now regular manufacturers are catching up.
developing A service-based business model means...
Seizing the serviced-based opportunity
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