CEO update: Global telecommunications infrastructure

Spearline

With confirmed Covid-19 cases now exceeding 56 million across the globe, Europe and North America seeing a second wave of cases, some areas are now returning to restricted movements. Here at Spearline, we continue to monitor the pandemic's impact on global telecoms infrastructure.

The Heist: Telecommunications Companies Taking the Power Back

Fonolo

Not only did customers rebel, but so to did the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications (CRTC) authority, a governing body that keeps an eagle eye out for these kinds of scenarios. The telecommunications company was expecting that people would adapt to, and use, the online and mobile technologies available. Let us tell you a story. Back in May, a Canadian company — Fido Solutions, which is owned by Rogers Communications Inc.

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How Telecommunications Contact Centers Are Revolutionizing the Customer Experience

Bright Pattern

Telecommunication companies suffer from lower CSAT and customer engagement scores than nearly every other industry. TelecommunicationsThese lower metrics lead to customers switching to competing brands and reduced revenue.

A Milestone in OSP Guidelines – The Department of Telecommunications relaxes Compliance norms for BPOs & IT services

Ameyo

With the onset of Covid 19, the Department of Telecommunication had to temporarily relax OSP norms so businesses could continue their Customer Service, KPO’s, and Telesales process when more than half of their workforce had to shift to their Homes.

A Milestone in OSP Guidelines – The Department of Telecommunications relaxes Compliance norms for BPOs & IT services

Ameyo

With the onset of Covid 19, the Department of Telecommunication had to temporarily relax OSP norms so businesses could continue their Customer Service, KPO’s, and Telesales process when more than half of their workforce had to shift to their Homes.

how COVID-19 is impacting telecommunications

Spearline

How COVID-19 is impacting telecommunications in China, South Korea, Italy and Japan. Spearline has been closely monitoring the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on global telecommunications infrastructure. This has led to a high increase in demand for both video and audio calls and has caused a resultant strain on telecommunications networks across afflicted regions and countries.

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CEO update: How COVID-19 is impacting telecommunications

Spearline

How COVID-19 is impacting telecommunications in China, South Korea, Italy and Japan. Spearline has been closely monitoring the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on global telecommunications infrastructure. This has led to a high increase in demand for both video and audio calls and has caused a resultant strain on telecommunications networks across afflicted regions and countries.

TRMA Telecommunications Risk Management Association – A team huddle for telcos

Nuance

Whether subscribers engage on mobile, phone, web or (more than likely) a series of each during […] The post TRMA Telecommunications Risk Management Association – A team huddle for telcos appeared first on What’s next. Today’s telcos are facing unprecedented fraudulent attacks. Fraudsters are outpacing solutions and evolving their schemes daily.

Fraud losses are down for the telecommunications sector, but attacks are not

Nuance

In the telecommunications segment, subscription fraud is where most financial losses are seen. The post Fraud losses are down for the telecommunications sector, but attacks are not appeared first on What’s next. Each account successfully opened by a fraudster has an average loss of ~$1500, and virtually 1% of all account activations are fraud incidents for telcos. Subscription fraud occurs when a fraudster uses a stolen or synthetic identity to obtain mobile devices and [.]

TRMA Telecommunications Risk Management Association – A team huddle for telcos

Nuance

Whether subscribers engage on mobile, phone, web or (more than likely) a series of each during […] The post TRMA Telecommunications Risk Management Association – A team huddle for telcos appeared first on What’s next. Today’s telcos are facing unprecedented fraudulent attacks. Fraudsters are outpacing solutions and evolving their schemes daily.

CEO update: COVID-19's impact on telecommunications

Spearline

Spearline continues to observe the impact of Covid-19 on telecoms infrastructure around the world. With the peak of the pandemic behind us, countries are now beginning to cautiously reopen their economies. From today, these communications will become a biweekly update. Uruguay and Israel have suffered from variability with connection rates. India’s audio quality is performing at a lower level than previously. ISRAEL continues to experience variability with connection rates.

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Case Study | Say ‘Hello’ to positive customer experiences in the telecommunications industry

Merchants

Telecommunications providers enable our connected world and their customers have high expectations. The post Case Study | Say ‘Hello’ to positive customer experiences in the telecommunications industry appeared first on Business Process Outsourcing Services | Merchants. In an always-on digital age, survival is not just about delivering omnipresent connectivity, it’s about protecting revenue streams and driving loyalty at every customer touch point.

When It Comes To Telecommunications, Bigger Isn’t Always Better

airespring

When it comes to partnering with a telecommunications provider, bigger isn’t always better. That’s why it’s best to listen to the people that know: telecommunications professionals. Telecommunications is a mature industry, and it’s difficult for startups to gain traction. When it comes to telecommunications, bigger isn’t always better. The post When It Comes To Telecommunications, Bigger Isn’t Always Better appeared first on AireSpring.

CEO update: COVID-19's impact on telecommunications globally

Spearline

The country’s telecommunications infrastructure is performing very well - which bodes well for the global economy. With confirmed Covid-19 cases now exceeding 9.3 million across the globe, we at Spearline continue to monitor its toll on global telecoms infrastructure. As the global economy slowly begins to make its way out of the pandemic, we have decided that our next update will be in three weeks' time.

Update: How COVID-19 is impacting telecommunications in affected countries

Spearline

Update: How COVID-19 is impacting telecommunications in affected countries. At Spearline, we continue to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 situation and its impact on global telecommunications. This has led to a high increase in demand for both video and audio calls, and has caused a strain on telecommunications networks across afflicted regions and countries.

CEO update: COVID-19's continued impact on global telecommunications

Spearline

Telecommunications infrastructure continues to adjust to changing demands as the Covid-19 impact changes geographically and intensifies in key epicenter areas. While some mild telecommunications service variations have been noted, overall, service quality is holding for both connection rates and audio quality. In the US there have been some mild telecommunications service variations noted, but overall, service quality is holding for both connection rates and audio quality.

CEO update: the impact of COVID-19 on telecommunications

Spearline

Spearline continues to observe the impact of Covid-19 on telecoms infrastructure around the world. The number of cases globally has now exceeded 3.5 million. Networks are experiencing strain due to a large increase in demand. This problem is further heightened as network providers are affected by restrictions which limit their access to key sites for maintenance work. This has led to variable network performance in many areas.

CEO update: the impact of COVID-19 on global telecommunications

Spearline

With confirmed Covid-19 cases now exceeding 3 million across the globe, we continue to observe its continued toll on global telecoms infrastructure. Japan and Russia have been experiencing significant connection issues, while their audio quality has remained strong. Ecuador and Israel are each suffering from both connection and audio quality problems. JAPAN has experienced very poor connectivity in the past week with high failure rates. These peaked on April 22nd at almost 7%.

CEO update: COVID-19's impact on global telecommunications

Spearline

Spearline continues to observe the impact of Covid-19 on telecoms infrastructure across the globe. An excess of two million cases have been confirmed across the globe and these along with increased work-from-home and travel restrictions have led to increased demands on local networks and surges in demand causing capacity issues.

Communication from Anexa Telecommunications regarding actions taken to minimize impact from Covid-19 pandemic

Anexa BPO

To our community, The circumstances we are currently facing represent a series of both personal and professional challenges for us all. The Covid-19 outbreak has impacted the lives of thousands of people around the world, and at Anexa our thoughts are with all those so far affected by the virus.

Apple vs. Android: The Battle for Brand Loyalty in Telecommunications

Stratifyd

O’Dell shared some interesting insights about consumers and brand loyalty when it comes to the world of telecommunications. CX in the World of Telecommunications. Estimated reading time: 4 minutes. I’ve had the same iPhone 6 since 2015. It’s been through countless drops, two broken screen protectors, and a battery change.

The History of Telecommunications and Contact Centers

SharpenCX

The post The History of Telecommunications and Contact Centers appeared first on Sharpen Contact Center Software. Contact center technology from beginning to end.Less than 65 years ago, call centers didn’t exist. Can you imagine having to go to a store or write a letter if you had an issue with a product?From From telephones, to email, text, and live chat, the technology that makes up the modern contact center has come a [.]. Read More.

How are you celebrating National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week?

Customer Interactions

National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week is the week set aside each year to recognize the extraordinary work and efforts of our nation’s emergency call takers and dispatchers, the true first responders and unsung heroes of 911 – all 250,000 of them! According to 911dispatch.com: “Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as public safety telecommunicators.

Denera White: An Outstanding PSAP Telecommunicator

Customer Interactions

How do you choose one employee over another when it comes time to nominate someone for the PSAPs’ Finest Telecommunicator of the Year Award? Each telecommunicator I supervise contributes so much to our department. I could hear telecommunicator Denera White in the communications center, calmly giving precise instructions to the mother in Spanish. Telecommunicators can use a Language Line to connect to an interpreter when dealing with a non-English speaking caller.

Denera White: An Outstanding PSAP Telecommunicator

Customer Interactions

How do you choose one employee over another when it comes time to nominate someone for the PSAPs’ Finest Telecommunicator of the Year Award? Each telecommunicator I supervise contributes so much to our department. I could hear telecommunicator Denera White in the communications center, calmly giving precise instructions to the mother in Spanish. Telecommunicators can use a Language Line to connect to an interpreter when dealing with a non-English speaking caller.

Customer retention in the telecom industry – new thinking

TechSee

With the telecommunications industry at saturation point, and with services largely commoditized, providers suffer from exceptionally high rates of churn. For more information, click here to download the telecommunications-focused survey report, “Crash and Churn” and take the first step toward improving customer retention in the telecom industry by slashing effort.

Coronavirus, Business Continuity and Visual Assistance: How Enterprises Ensure Service Delivery

TechSee

AR in Enterprise Tech Dispatch Rate Virtual Technician truck rolls Field Services Visual Assistance consumer electronics telecommunications field service medical technologyAs the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies in a growing list of countries, leading enterprises are seeking out solutions that enable them to protect key personnel and customers while maintaining service delivery.

If You are Confused by Corporate Telecom Billing, You are Not Alone

The Northridge Group

Telecom and Technology Management corporate telecom billing telecom billing telecom expense management telecommunicationsTelecom invoices are very confusing for many consumers. Everyone appreciates the convenience and features that smartphones offer, but understanding charges incurred for voice, data and messaging is another matter. Family plans offer cost savings, but they can also make phone bills more cumbersome and confusing.

9-1-1 Telecommunicator Lauded for Good Old-Fashioned Detective Skills

Customer Interactions

What does it take to be a successful 9-1-1 telecommunicator? Good old-fashioned detective skills typically aren’t part of the job description, but this year’s PSAPs’ Finest Telecommunicator of the Year was able to apply her quick thinking and sleuthing to help police nab the bad guy. Now she adds NICE’s 2013 PSAPs’ Finest Telecommunicator of the Year Award to her growing list of accolades.

The Call Labeling and Blocking Ecosystem – and how to navigate it

NobelBiz

Blog Telecommunications Call Blocking call center call labeling and blocking caller ID local caller IDChristian Montes | Executive Director of Sales at NobelBiz | Contact Center Technology Company Published on February 25, 2019 Most companies don’t know their calls are being mislabeled or blocked and to what extent.

What is Speech Recognition? (It’s Not What You Think!)

Babelforce

Inbound call center Conversational IVR customer experience Speech recognition telecommunications text-to-speechIn this post : What is speech recognition? Speech recognition terminology Is speech recognition a dated term? Why do businesses want voice-based tools?

Registration and Certification only covers 1 of 3 key areas

NobelBiz

Blog Call Blocking Call Labeling Telecommunications call center call delivery call labeling and blocking caller ID local caller local caller IDChristian Montes | Executive Director of Sales at NobelBiz | Contact Center Technology Company Published on February 27, 2019 Certification and Registration alone is not enough, but it is one important foundational piece.

NobelBiz® is giving away FREE event passes to PACE Atlanta 2019

NobelBiz

Press Release Telecommunications call center call delivery caller ID Conference customer focused PACEWant a FREE PASS to 2019 PACE Atlanta? NobelBiz® is providing those that submit a meeting request form to discuss our Contact Center Solutions at the 2019 PACE Atlanta event a FREE pass. Just click the link below and complete to complete the form and one of our Registered & Trusted Caller ID Management Advisors will reach out to you.

FCC Seeks to Combat Illegal Spoofed Texts & International Calls

NobelBiz

Press Release Telecommunications Contact Centers FCC International Calls Regulations Spoofed TextsWASHINGTON, February 14, 2019—The Federal Communications Commission today proposed rules banning illegal spoofed text messages and international calls. The proposed rules would enable the agency to address consumer concerns about unwanted text messages and scam calls from overseas.

Global contractor network enlists Taylor Reach in new telephony acquisition

Taylor Reach Group

Call Center Technology Contact Center Technology Press Release Technology Telecommunications #cctr #custserv #Cx #telecom #telephony call center communications construction contact center contractors Customer Experience customer service infrastructure suppliers Taylor Reach Taylor Reach Group TRGTaylor Reach helps global contractor network revitalize telephony for contact centers. A global leader in contract resource management has enlisted the aid of The Taylor Reach Group, Inc.

NOBELBIZ CONFIRMS THIS WEEK’S ACQUISITION OF NEX INTERACTIVE

NobelBiz

Blog Hosted Contact Center Press Release TelecommunicationsNobelBiz takes over the controls of Nex Interactive, a leading manufacturer of Hosted Contact Center Cloud Based Systems. Just weeks ago, NobelBiz announced their preparation for an important contact center industry acquisition.

Is Your Contact Center Technology Provider Meeting Your Needs?

NobelBiz

Blog Call Blocking Call Labeling Telecommunications call center call delivery call labeling and blocking caller ID contact center insight contact center trends Contact CentersKarl Walder | Vice President of Innovation at NobelBiz® | Contact Center Technology Company Published on March 31, 2019 Navigating the Contact Center Ecosystem and evaluating the products/services they offer can leave you confused and uncertain about whether or not they are the best fit to support your business.

Telecom Expense Management in Call Centers

Bright Pattern

TelecommunicationsVoice call charges constitute a significant share of call center expenses. Usually voice call costs are viewed from a service performance perspective—how agents could finish calls earlier, or how they could prevent additional calls—or from a carrier pricing negotiations point of view.

Are your business calls being mislabeled as “Fraud” and “Scam”?

NobelBiz

Blog Call Blocking Call Labeling Telecommunications call center call labeling and blocking caller ID local caller IDChristian Montes | Executive Director of Sales at NobelBiz | Contact Center Technology Company Published on February 26, 2019 Is your business a Certified Entity in the call labeling and blocking ecosystem? A Certified Entity is a Brand/Business that is certified as a known entity in the Call Labeling and Blocking ecosystem. Why should you care? [

Fact : Landlines are Obsolete and Mobile Phones Now Dominate Your Call Lists!

NobelBiz

Telecommunications call center call delivery call labeling and blocking caller ID landlines local caller local caller ID Mobile mobile phonesIf you are a business making calls to your customers mobile phone’s, various labels are being attached to your caller id by different carriers in the ecosystem using different techniques It does not matter how you dial low volume, high volume, manual dial, TCPA, or predictive all the calls are treated the same.