Empowering the Mobile Enterprise with Alepo Data Monetization

Solution Brief Overview

More digital natives are entering the global workforce, replacing traditional work set-ups with smartphones and using apps for chat, email, and other productivity tools. This presents a massive opportunity for mobile network operators to introduce enterprise-specific mobile data plans and offers, unlocking new revenue streams.

This solution brief explains how Alepo’s Enterprise Data Network Monetization solution addresses the unique data requirements of enterprise customers, including prioritizing business-critical applications, employee segmenting, a host of billing management features, and much more.

Key Takeaways

Get an industry overview of the enterprise data market
As demand for enterprise mobility, unified communications, and always-connected work lifestyles grows, there’s more scope within the enterprise sector to drive up mobile data traffic rates.

Gain insights into the data needs of enterprise customers and how to meet them
Enterprise and small- and medium-sized business customers have unique data requirements and priorities. Winning them over demands a solution that enables a host of advanced features. For instance, granting the provision and manage mobile data allowances for each employee or employee segment, enabling daily data spending limits, and more.

Learn the features and benefits of Alepo’s solution
Alepo’s complete carrier-grade Data Network Monetization Solution helps operators seize emerging revenue opportunities. It provides market-ready use cases such as corporate fair usage policy, shared data allowances, device- and time-based restrictions, hybrid data models for BYOD plans, and much more.

Understand the different use cases it supports
The solution supports a host of advanced use cases such as corporate fair usage plans, employee usage alerts and notifications, setting high-priority apps, global data roaming, and more.

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