A new era of mainstream adoption of big data and advanced analytics continues across the globe, offering the promise of unprecedented insight into business operations, customers, efficiency, levels of service, revenue and business models. Recognising the importance of this arena, Data Analytics IQ has become a world leader in organising big data and analytics conferences. European markets covered have so far included Pharma, Retail, Insurance, Telecoms and Financial Services. View the infographic to find out more!
Find out how Digiturk improves customer retention through more effective product delivery and big data analytics.
In this eBook, telecoms operators from across the globe tell us how they are taking new approaches to data and insight to reduce churn, improve segmentation analysis and radically improve the customer experience across all touch points. Read on to hear from Telefonica, Orange and Digiturk…
Nejat Sismanoglu from Turkcell spoke at last year's summit about developing a data strategy in the telecommunications industry. He walked the conference attendees through a step-by-step process, from identifying needs to generating revenue. Download his presentations and you will feel as if you were there!
Dean Eyre spoke at the 2014 summit and addressed the importance of data quality and its effects on any telecom business. He walked the audience through the process of turning raw data into consumable insight, demonstrating some key terms and statistics along the way.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: A Behind The Scenes Look at Telefónica's Evolving Big Data External Monetisation Model
In this never before told full story behind Telefónica’s external monetisation journey, we speak to Lorraine Stone, UK Country Director, Telefónica Dynamic Insights, about the origins of its Big Data SmartSteps programme. The interview looks at how the telecommunications giant has adapted its proposition to become more flexible and bespoke, whilst enhancing the value of its data to multiple sectors.
EU-based businesses find themselves faced with the prospect of new consumer data privacy laws in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). From hiring a Data Protection Officer to knowing how to avoid costly data leakage, we look at the reasons for why telecoms operators cannot afford to delay their planning...
Among the key discussions that are set to take place at this year’s conference will be the opportunities emerging in the space of mobile location data and the rise of Smart Cities. When it comes to big data, these fields represent some of the most intensive channels for collection. But of course, with more opportunity comes more complex challenges....
Big Data Unraveled: Taking advantage of deeper customer insight from telecom subscribers and network data
Last year, Shekhar Iyer, the Global VP & GM of SAP BI, spoke at the Big Data Monetisation in Telecoms summit and shared his experience with generating value from the subscriber data telecoms already own.
Download this presentation to view Iyer's list of top challenges, ways to solve them, and his insight on making the best out of your data.
Various sources of information are providing companies access to unprecedented amounts of data, whether they come from management systems, customer data, customer feedback, market data, or social media. While Big Data offers the promise of unprecedented insight into business operations and customers it also poses a number of new challenges.
This special report, featuring original research data and interviews with leading practitioners and experts in the field, looks at the ways that companies are tackling the challenges and opportunities for companies to effectively convert, use and maximize the value of data collected into real business value.
The journey towards an effective big data programme will be one of the key lines of discussion at this year's conference.
With some sources estimating that data network traffic from smartphones will grow more than 50-fold by 2016 it’s clear that telecommunications companies are awash with data. But there’s a big difference between panning for gold and actually striking it. So how are telcos REALLY monetizing big data?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted on 27th April 2016 and enters into application on 25th May 2018. It was designed to strengthen protection of personal data for all EU citizens, and affects companies of all sizes, in all regions, and across all industries.
Some alarming numbers emerged with respect to just how (under) prepared companies were for the most significant data-centric legislation to date. The are arrayed in the following infographic and make for somber reading. Telecoms companies be warned: you are not immune from the contagion…
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