The company also said that the number of partners with hardware as a service subscriptions has increased by 295 per cent.
The Wildix hardware as a service model provides a range of solutions. This includes headsets, adapters, deskphones and a conferencing station (which incorporates cameras, remote, stand and computing power).
Emiliano Tomasoni, CMO, Wildix (pictured), explained, “We’re very pleased with these results. They demonstrate the power of the hardware as a service model, helping partners gain recurrent revenue and ensuring end users get the tools they need without the often-prohibitive costs of buying a complete system as capital expenditure.
“A major part of the success of our hardware as a service model lies in the impressive compatibility across all our systems. Customers know they’re getting a system that simply works out of the box, without the risk of third-party software issues and firmware incompatibilities.”
Wildix’s hardware as a service solution started in 2019 as part of the company’s focus on subscription models. The company still offers hardware as CapEx, but companies moving to an OpEx have seen benefits including regular updates, an improved security posture and continuity of service.