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Monetize

1. To liquidate.

2. To print money in order to cover a debt. A government may monetize its deficit in order to finance its operations. Monetizing in this sense causes inflation.

3. To convert into cash. One may monetize an asset by selling it or monetize a venture by producing revenue.
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Automotive data could potentially be $100 per car currently, offering original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the automotive data monetisation market a $33 billion opportunity by 2025, according to Frost & Sullivan's analysis Automotive Data Monetisation Pricing and Business Models.
However, the automotive industry has to master software capabilities and introduce new monetisation models to remain profitable.
While talk of land bank monetisation has been around for over a decade, little has been done by way of a fully structured policy and its consequent implementation.
Gartner, "Disruption in Software Business Models Creates New Opportunities for Monetisation," Laurie F.
Thinkbox leveraged Software Monetisation automation to allow it to quickly offer the licensing as a service business model.
Mohit Kamboj, president of IBJA, said, 'We propose to set up 1,000 centres for promoting gold monetisation using our selected member jewellers' network.
By taking advantage of the gold monetisation scheme, people can deposit idle gold with authorised agencies and take advantage of the price escalation of gold as well as earn interest on the deposit," he pointed out.
In a first for Africa, Kudus worked with the Digital Monetisation System supplied by Exset to demonstrate innovative and appealing applications including games--that can be deployed by NBC over digital broadcast networks.
publishers a software monetisation solution that allows protection of software
Chief executive Frank Chapman said: "While equity markets and energy prices decline, and coal seam gas companies' share prices fall, Origin is telling its shareholders to wait for an uncertain and unclear outcome from its monetisation process and reject the certain value of BG Group's all-cash offer.
Increased demand for individualised products and monetisation strategies
These obligations will be met by 1MDB, primarily via monetisation of 1MDB-owned investment fund units.