Veego unveils new Qonnect Partner Programme

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Application intelligence specialist Veego Software has announced its new Qonnect Partner Programme, which has been designed to help partners offer custom-designed solutions and open up new revenue streams.

The initiative aims to enable players in the connected home ecosystem – such as CPE OEMs and ODMs, Wi-Fi management and optimisation solution providers, middleware, and more - to join forces to offer digitally transformative solutions for the connected home.

Ultimately, the Qonnect Partner Program combines Veego’s range of products, technology and unique QoE data, with partners’ solutions and customer understanding, the firm says.

“Veego Qonnect enables program participants to leverage their customer base and products; providing customers with early exposure and hands-on experience of new products, technologies and applications, accelerating time to market of new technologies and applications through pre-integration, testing and demonstration, increasing and expanding monetisation opportunities for both in-home and third-party offerings,” Veego said in a release.

“It also enables partners to enjoy recurring revenues from high-margin applications powered by Veego’s unique Application Intelligence data.”

With Qonnect, partners provide their CSP customers with “off the shelf” and custom-designed solutions for a range of use cases.

These include proactive notification of connectivity issues for home users in real-time, Veego says, as well as prioritisation of consumed application with the hom and deflection of tech support calls with surgical Auto-Repair and Self-Care. These can also help optimise tech support field visits and recognise consistently suffering users before they call.

Veego’s core technology is “seeded” and leveraged to address up-to-date customer trends, it says, with the platform designed to support future use cases for the evolving market and customer needs. Partners can create a growing portfolio of app-aware applications and monetisation opportunities while increasing customer stickiness.

“The new programme opens access to a collaboration framework where program partners can join forces with us to provide advanced digital transformation solutions to Connected Homes in their respective service areas,” said Amir Kotler, CEO of Veego.

“The solutions will combine Veego’s Home Insight Platform with unique QoE data and partner solutions to provide a more intimate customer understanding.”

Daniel Todd

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