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February 22, 2022
We answer “the why” behind companies increasingly interested in moving to AaS:
Service consumers achieve a shift from high CapEx to more predictable OpEx + predictable recurring and renewable revenue streams.
Scale capacity, operations and adjust cost based on demand by purchasing solutions that fit a need instead of developing in-house capabilities.
AaS offers the availability of analytics and manufacturing tools by removing expensive capital equipment investment.
AaS companies benefit from capturing greater share of wallet by providing maintenance, spare parts, peripherals, data analytics services and upgrades.
AaS enables manufacturers to provide components every month or every year, removing the lack of predictability to help derisk a company’s top line.
AaS model offers valuable data that can be used to meaningfully service clients in the future.
Your definitive guide to AaS business models and key considerations.
Semiconductor companies can learn from and adopt well-known practices and models of other AaS providers and achieve outcomes.
Moving to an AaS model is top of mind for most C-suite executives across all industries. What questions should you be asking when considering a move to AaS:
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