By now, most of us involved within the Telecoms space will have heard about Voice over LTE. Like any new technology, it comes with a lot of hope and promise to improve customer experiences and reduce operating expenses, but what exactly is it and what challenges will it present for the service provider.
Empirix, Inc., the recognized leader in end-to-end network performance and customer behavior visibility, announced that Impact Telecom, a leading full-service telecommunications company, has selected Empirix’s Service Assurance solution as the single monitoring tool for their combined natonwide network.
One of TMC’s most coveted honors, the Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award recognizes exceptional products and services brought to market or greatly improved upon in the past year that facilitate voice, data, and video communications. Of the winners of this year’s awards, Rich Tehrani, CEO of TMC said, “True leaders within their industries, these honorees represent the best-of-the-best products and solutions available on the market today.”
O2 is using Empirix IntelliSight in the implementation of its new Self-Optimizing Intelligent Network. The first of its kind in the United Kingdom, this new network will learn from and analyze the experiences and behaviors of 24 million O2 customers while redirecting signals in real time, rendering it the smartest mobile network in the United Kingdom.
Empirix today announced that Peerless Network has selected its IntelliSight solution to deliver a Monitoring as a Service solution for its customers. Peerless Network was founded in 2008 and is a fully-funded, privately-held company focused on simplifying the interconnection process for telecommunication companies, service providers and enterprises via innovative end office, tandem, and advanced routing services.
There is a perception in many enterprises that firewalls and security measures are only needed to protect vast sources of stored corporate or consumer data. Voice after all is inherently secure right? Not exactly.
Customer experience in the contact center is paramount in customer retention. Technical issues, even minor ones, can have an enormous impact on a consumer’s perception of a company.
2013 has been a year of ginormous communications changes, from the mind-blowing growth of smartphone usage to the game-changing addition of WebRTC. Organizations have been increasingly focusing on improving customer service, recognizing that while voice is still king, customers need to know that they can reach companies in other ways too, like through social media or video chat or instant messaging. Big data has made it possible to begin anticipating issues and improving and personalizing communications.
Companies test just about every product before bringing it to market, from jet liners to smart phones. Before products come in contact with customers, companies already know how they’re going to work and what experience the user will have. New products might have a minor glitch here or there, but the big stuff is assured.
There is no denying that the rollout of the new Health Insurance Marketplace in the US has been a debacle. After all, the person ultimately responsible for the project testified before congress and said, “Hold me accountable for the debacle; I’m responsible.”