JCurve Solutions has announced it will acquire telecoms management company, the Full Circle Group, after raising AU$2.5 million in a new share placement.
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Management of the Chinese telecoms gear maker is being investigated following the arrest of a Mongolian tax official who handled ZTE's tax affairs.
Telecoms, tourism and public sector industries want social media components in their customer relationship management strategy, indicating "much promise" for service providers in this market, research firm says.
The telecoms regulator will launch a consultation in the spring to find out if ISPs' traffic management policies are being fairly applied
Communications Management Association is to merge with the British Computer Society, due to the convergence of IT and telecoms tech
The telecoms giant has refuted claims it has been fined for late delivery of key elements of its multibillion pound contract with the NHS
Criticisms of the Government's management of the multi-billion pound modernisation of the NHS were removed before a key report was published
Technology helps to sharpen StarHub's competitive edge in a cut-throat telecoms market.For Singapore's second largest telco, which offers a slew of mobile, cable TV and broadband services, IT initiatives are aimed at improving the customer experience, maximizing revenue, and generating better cash flow.Its most notable accomplishments include developing programmes to gain enhanced business intelligence and market segmentation capabilities, and building a payment collections management system.Its business intelligence capabilities, for instance, involves consolidating information from different sources within StarHub, such as customer care, billing and usage platforms. This makes it easier for the company to develop strategies for new converged products and services. Through better customer insights, StarHub is able to identify up-selling and cross-selling opportunities to potential customers, and maximize the revenue through better target marketing.
Microsoft's Amir Majidimehr said something stupid at an Informa Telecoms & Media Digital Rights Management conference today: Microsoft doesn't want to support an ecosystem of hobbyists.
The data storage company is selling its Stonehouse Technologies unit for $6.5 million.
Continued telecoms woes force a merger of embattled network management rivals, but the companies may face problems bringing their technologies together