Posts Tagged ‘Predictive Analytics’
Omnitele has participated in the ITU Workshop on Telecommunication Service Quality as Enabler of the Digital Economy in Singapore. Omnitele has contributed with presentations on “Drive Test Benchmark 2.0 with root-cause analytics”, and “How Crowdsourced data can be enriched for further analysis of QoE differences, data-usage gaps and churn-risk from the QoE limitations”.
When will 5G bring true operational value in the network? What are the optimal 5G investments in the coming years, considering the pace of 5G migration? How much LTE investments will still be needed, to secure the quality through the transformation? To answer these questions, Omnitele offers a quick and precise LTE-5G Transition Assessment to provide the insights you need to begin your 5G transformation.
Understanding the dynamics behind customer churn decisions can help operators to make the right decisions when they are fighting to retain their customers in a competitive market. Omnitele has extensive experience in quantifying how different customer segments react to poor quality in various networks.
A pressing concern for many operators is to identify what 5G means for the existing business in the immediate future. Smart deployment of 5G can relieve LTE capacity issues in high-traffic areas. The 5G impact on existing business is limited by both the consumer terminals and the coverage of the spectrum band planned for first deployment. Omnitele offers quick and precise insights on how to make the right decisions regarding 5G.
By utilising the available data from mobile networks and of subscribers, Omnitele unveils how the operators can collect the Hidden Revenue potential from their established subscriber base. Furthermore, by applying the same predictive data analytics for 5G transition, we answer the key questions of today - When, What in Practice and How Much?
Omnitele estimates that there is over €500M incremental mobile revenue available in Italy, a potential that is hidden in the demand of the already established subscriber base. This growth opportunity does not require any sales or updated offering, only focused improvements in the data service quality of customers.
Last week, Barcelona hosted yet again the MWC show, the largest gathering in the mobile industry with 108,000 visitors this year. We spoke with Omnitele’s Esa Vesterinen, vice president of sales & marketing, about the highlights and news from the MWC. This year’s show provided visitors with early indications of new change-agents in the mobile industry.
Based on a recent analysis, Tele2 Sweden has the best return on investment among the 45 operators studied. The company is best practice when it comes to turning CAPEX to service revenue. We spoke with two executives in the company to better understand what is behind their success and the precision of investing at the right time and in the right places of the network.
Telecom industry has come a long way from coverage based network planning to Big Data Analytics driven network management. Despite the vast amount of near real-time customer data, current Big Data CAPEX planning is still relying on heat-maps, and de-facto best effort CAPEX allocations. But it doesn’t have to.
By offering unlimited data with a fixed price, DNA in Finland has overcome a key customer concern about how mobile data is charged. Not only has the operator introduced unlimited data successfully but it has also accurately managed to predict future demand while operating its network efficiently. We spoke with two executives from DNA to understand how the company anticipates future demand.
Network quality is still a key driver for customer loyalty and your brand. Owning the perception of leading in network quality has become business critical for most operators in an ultra-competitive environment. But traditional cost cutting risks the fragile perception of network quality. If you transform the way you work, you can increase the precision of your network CAPEX.