Pay-Per-Use – enabling new business models for medical devices by leveraging software licensing

The high cost of medical equipment and the need to keep capital expenditure low has led to a rising demand for flexible and cost effective usage-based payment solutions for medical devices. Medical device vendors that embrace these market demands are reaping the benefits, but only if they are fully equipped to handle the challenges that come along with this transformation. Hospitals, independent physicians, and small medical centers that have taken the Pay-Per-Use route are now able to access high-cost equipment they otherwise could not afford.

Ovum, a leading provider of business intelligence, and Syneron Candela, a leading global aesthetic device vendor, present in this webinar the simple process of using Gemalto’s software monetization and licensing solutions for managing such new business models to realize cost-saving benefits for all stakeholders and to enable the device vendor to access these huge new untapped markets as well.


 


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