Want to know how to effectively sell Unified Communications?
By 2024, the Unified Communications as a Service (or UCaaS for short) market is predicted to reach $24.8 Billion! Because the UC world is showing no signs of slowing down, now is a great time to learn why successfully selling UC starts with the pricing model of the platform you choose.
The era of the mobile and remote workforce is upon us. In fact, an estimated 80% of the global workforce is now performing deskless work every day! Unfortunately, when it comes to selling Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) features to these deskless employees, many systems operators, carriers and service providers are stuck investing in their platforms on a per-seat basis. That limits them to chasing only about 20% of the workforce. Those with actual seats and desks, and risking losing revenue or at the very least greatly reducing their margin.
If a majority of the workforce today doesn’t have a desk, does it make sense to choose a UC platform you have to sell by the seat? We don’t think so. That’s why we’ve created this report titled Sessions, Not Seats. Within, we show you why finding a UC platform, like our SNAPsolution, that charges for sessions instead of seats is the only way to effectively sell Unified Communications. To download your free copy, click the button below!
Key Differentiators for Service Providers
Choosing a platform with a wide array of features is great for enticing a wide range of customers in many different markets and verticals. Finding a platform that gives you full access to all of the premium features under one license is even better! A platform like that lets you increase your margins by taking control of your packaging. This allows you to sell Unified Communications in a way that fits both your end users needs and your business model. Merge premium features with reliability and a pricing model built for ROI and you have yourself a platform worth its weight in gold!
Our very own Dave George explains why a Sessions pricing model is the top differentiator in an increasingly deskless workforce. Don’t worry, there’s captions.