Maximising Monetisation Of Big Data Internally & Externally Whilst Adhering to Policy and Regulation?
Monetising data internally may not be a new concept to your company, but what about the monetisation of data externally?
Both national and international carriers are realising that big data could mean big business when maximised appropriately. Developing and implementing successful big data strategies is now imperative for all carriers as they look to increase their market share and drive internal as well as external revenue streams. With the stringent laws and regulations being exercised on anonymity, privacy and security; the real challenge for industry will be achieving their desired outcomes without compromising their customer retention rates, business revenue and integrity.
Big Data Monetisation for Telecoms will provide you with real life examples of how major operators have successfully leveraged their big data to deliver more organisation value and driven their businesses forward.
If your data is not fuelling growth, can you really afford to miss out on this opportunity to learn how to harness the value of Big Data and successfully monetise your data assets?
Attend Big Data Telecoms to find out strategies to help you:
- Exploit your internal data to generate new revenue streams and reduce customer churn
- Leverage your data with other industries and access new revenue opportunities
- Examine how to minimise data security and privacy risks with the cloud and avoid state fines of up to 4% of your annual revenue
- Utilise third parties to maximise your B2B and B2C monetisation strategies
- Find out ways to regularly assess the monetisation potential of your data and never miss a revenue opportunity again
Who will you meet?
With 2 days of interactive sessions, maximise your networking time with senior representatives from different departmental functions responsible for harnessing and creating actionable strategies for Big Data.
You will meet and network with senior experts from leading operators and cross-industry organisations including SVPs, VPs, Directors, Managers and Specialists of:
- Business Intelligence
- Data Analytics
- Customer Insights
- Data Mining
- Strategy Development
- Data Management
- Customer Loyalty
What previous attendees have said:
“The best European event I have attended so far” - Head of Data Monetization, Orange Poland
“It hits the subject spot on with a great number of service providers presenting. Exactly what we need! ” Solutions Marketing Manager - Analytics & Assurance, JDSU / Viavi Solutions
“Very interesting topics, not only for members working with big data, but also for customer experience designers to get new ideas for business cases ” -Experience Manager IPTV, Swisscom (Schweiz)
“I’ve heard great ideas at the conference and met a lot of interesting people. Hopefully with some of them we will do business in the future ” 2015 Delegate
“Organization and topics of the meeting have been very good ” - ICT Product Manager, Telecom Italia
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