As-A-Service Models

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Customer-centric models for Industrial Equipment manufacturers

Industrial Equipment manufacturers are increasingly shifting their focus from selling physical equipment to value-added services based on their equipment’s core capabilities. In this model, manufacturers are incentivized for providing input, output- or outcome-based service packages to their customers. In this emerging service ecosystem, we support manufacturers in strategizing their as-a-service business model.

Perspectives

Servitization

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Strategy Development based on Digitalization Offerings and As-a-Service model

Industrial ManufacturingDigitalization (equipment as a service, digital twins)

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Digitization in Industrial Machinery

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Product-as-a-Service, the Shifting Model in Industrial Machinery

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Business Objectives

Some examples of diverse business objectives we have worked with our clients

Strategic

  • What will be the evolution of equipment business models?
  • What is the pace of development of As-a-Service business models across geographies?
  • Which are the potential M&A targets for product-as-a-service business models?

Tactical

  • What are some of the emerging challenges for our customers and how can we address them?
  • Which customer segments look most attractive for offering Product-as-a-service?
  • What are the different business models emerging for outcome-as-a-service and which model should we focus on?

Operational

  • What is the cost impact of offering equipment-as-a-service and how are these costs likely to evolve in the future?
  • Which competitors are offering outcome-as-a-service and what are the current customer pain points?
  • What are the regulatory hurdles for entering the product-as-a-service market?
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