European Communications Events

European Communications Events

Date: Thursday 29th May 2014
Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm
Venue: Grange Hotel, St Paul's

 

Big data remains one of the hot topics in telecoms, but where does the real value lie? Is it it analysing the vast tracts of data to improve the customer experience, is it in selling aggregated, anonymised data sets to third parties to drive new revenues streams, or is it a mixture of the two?

 

Date: Tuesday 18th March 2014
Time:
9:00am - 12:30pm
Venue:
Grange St Paul's Hotel

Time to get personal

Improving customer experience continues to be at the top of operators’ to do lists, but increasingly a one-size fits all approach will not work. As customers’ usage of data increases, it’s time for operators to get much more personal with them.

Whether it’s offering customers more bespoke services based on location and preferences, responding to them online as individuals or rewarding them more appropriately for their loyalty, there remains much more that operators could and should do.

Date: Friday 29th November 2013

Time: 9:00am - 12:30pm

Venue: Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, City of London, EC2N 1HQ

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Managed chaos? The rise and rise of telco outsourcing

With European operators experiencing continued revenue and profit decline, increasing competition from non-telcos and an ever more complex technological landscape, the theory behind outsourcing key areas of their businesses is growing in popularity.

This seminar took a look at the state of the managed services industry to ascertain which areas are growing in importance – from retail versus enterprise to traditional network and IT managed services versus the emerging areas of big data analytics and M2M.

Crucial areas of discussion such as the principal challenges that engaging in managed services contracts creates for operators and how such contracts will evolve over the next 12-24 months were also tackled.

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