“Online video is the fastest growing market, and Vindicia is already powering the success stories around the world, ” explained Kris Nagel, Senior Vice President, Vindicia.
(PRWEB) November 14, 2013
Vindicia, the subscription commerce billing platform behind some of the largest and fastest growing Video, Cable & OTT service providers continues to be the preferred billing commerce platform for digital content monetisation. Kris Nagel, Vindicia Senior Vice President, will talk about direct monetisation models, where he will illustrate how Vindicia customers are experiencing revenue uplift as well as increasing the average customer lifetime value at the OTTtv World Summit in London 19-22 November.
Kris Nagel, Senior Vice President, Vindicia, will share on Thursday 21 November at 12:50pm key strategies and tactics in a session entitled: Converting viewers to payers: direct monetisation approaches to foster engagement and expand customer lifetime value: “Online video is the fastest growing market, and Vindicia is already powering the success stories around the world, ” explained Kris Nagel, Senior Vice President, Vindicia, and featured speaker at the OTTtv conference, “Leaders in online video come together at OTTtv to discuss business opportunities and industry trends. It is a chance for us to demonstrate how strategic subscription billing commerce is a critical element to the rapidly evolving OTT market, and how it forms the basis for new media monetization models.”
Vindicia delivers the subscription commerce billing platform that supports digital assets with a flexible, reliable enterprise solution. The company’s platform offers businesses customer-centric acquisition and predictive retention strategies. Vindicia’s unique solution enables online video providers to build and monetise perpetual direct customer relationships, building reliable revenue streams.
Now in its seventh year, the OTTtv World Summit “is the place to discuss and shape the future of the multiplatform entertainment industry.” The conference spans four days, covering topics from all aspects of the multiscreen environment, including original content, cloud development and social TV. Speakers at the summit hail from the boardrooms of media, cable and broadcast.