[Event date: 17 April 2013, 03:00PM - 04:00PM, Online] In this free webinar, Justin van der Lande, lead analyst for our Analytics Software Strategies and Revenue Management research programmes, will look at 'Using big data analytics to make new revenue for telcos'.
[Date: 3 April 2013, 03:00PM - 04:00PM GMT, Venue: Online] In this free webinar, Justin van der Lande, Senior Analyst from our Analytics Software Strategies and Revenue Management research programmes, will look at 'the service innovators dilemma': do disruptive new services always need new IT systems, or is it possible to anticipate the support that new services will need?
Johan Norvik the acting Managing Director of Microsoft's Telecommunications Industry division discusses how their strategy has evolved
The need to control subscriber data usage, in order to better manage network load, is frequently discussed. But rather than limiting subscriber behaviour, operators should find ways to encourage services that the subscribers value and effectively monetise those services. The first wave of policy deployments delivered the controls that keep subscriber behaviour in check, but charging and policy together enable a rich and personalized features that are in demand, that the subscribers value, and that ultimately build loyalty and increase operator ARPU. This webinar will review innovate charging and policy use cases for enabling revenue-generating services across the growing number of devices and connection types.
If you focus on assuring tomorrow’s success, striving to be prepared for the avalanche of new services and applications that are expected to come, you, as operator, should not procrastinate any further...
Kill the Network Fiefdoms: How to Gain Business Control through Real-Time Intelligence
iCDR: The next (r)evolution in Service monitoring!
Intelligent BSS - Unlocking the potential for the market growth for the CSP business customer segment
Telecoms are seen as best in class for successfully transforming their business models to meet growing market and consumer demands. They have done this by incorporating the best in IT services, customer relationship management, billing and analytics software solutions.
The explosive growth of mobile data services and applications has been one of the defining industry trends of the past 12 months. While the increased uptake of mobile broadband has created a new revenue stream for mobile operators, it has also added the headache of increased mobile network congestion and declining ARPU due to increasingly competitive flat-fee data packages.
Most communication service providers (CSPs) have already identified cloud services as a key strategic driver for a new revenue stream that enhances their existing managed network solutions. There are numerous initiatives to develop offerings in cloud services such as Infrastructure, Platform, and Software as a Service (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS). Already, there are offerings by many major CSPs in the computing and storage areas (IaaS).
In the era of instant information, twitter, 24-hour news channels, and near ubiquitous internet connectivity – subscribers should expect the same visibility and access to information about their spending on communications services as they do on their credit card or iTunes accounts. So, what’s preventing mobile operators implementing real-time rating and charging across their subscriber base?