For some, it’s difficult to find a positive angle to this year, as many had their own combination of hardships to overcome. But for us, there’s lot’s of work to be extremely proud of, which couldn’t have been achieved without the help of our partners and clients.
As the December deadline comes to a close, it’s only natural for telecoms to feel a little unsure about where they stand with respect to EECC. After-all, compliance most-likely requires changing some long-held business practices. While some just want to get it out of the way, others are taking a proactive stance resulting in an…
Though hope for the end of COVID-19 may just be around the corner, emerging digital trends in B2B sales show that the new norm in virtual selling is here to stay. Moreover, companies using advanced communication, billing and intelligence tools to unlock the potential of their data are currently top-performers on the market.
Germany’s Telefónica Deutschland, operating under the O2 brand, utilized Clintworld’s advanced simulation software and proven consultancy services to execute a vast forced migration and pruning project after an 8.6 billion euro purchase of rival, KNP’s E-Plus.
With hands-on experience in the field of data analytics and artificial intelligence, our very own Nauman Ahmad describes Clintworld’s innovative approach to migration and pruning, and how Telcos can utilize client data to spot hidden opportunities.
Introduction In order for Telcos to effectively satisfy each customer’s growing appetite for low rates and innovation, it’s no wonder migration and pruning practices are becoming an increasingly frequent occurrence. With a proven track record of 20 million customers, we’ve found success in enhancing the migration process to help telecoms engage post and prepaid subscribers,…
As the 21 December 2020 deadline draws to a close, it’s clear that not all EU Member States will implement the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) in time. The Code, which provides updates to the telecommunication regulatory framework applies to all EU Member States, including those in the European Economic Area (EEA).
Introduction The European Electronic Communication Code (EECC), EU’s directive to protect end-users in the field of telecommunications law, is just around the corner, rolling out in countries all over the European Union, some as soon as December 2020. The sweeping update provides a number of changes to the existing telecom regulatory framework. Part of this new…