To make the transition to a digital-focused mindset, operators need to register and track both tangible and intangible network assets accurately. IDC assessed the iconectiv TruOps Common Language solution and presented it as a viable option to help service providers avoid many of the pitfalls that arise because of incomplete or inaccurate asset management information.Download Whitepaper
our take on the state of the industry
As a trusted partner in the communications industry for over 30 years, iconectiv is well positioned to share knowledge and insights about innovation in the voice and data connectivity space. We understand the problems and issues you face on a daily basis which is why more than 5,000 service providers, enterprises and governments rely on us to create, operate and secure their communications infrastructures for more than 2B people everyday. You can say that we have our finger on “The Pulse” of the industry, which is why here is where you’ll find our take on what’s happening today and where it’s headed tomorrow.
The Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA) estimates that service providers lose $29bn annually to fraudsters. The damages done do not end there – brand value, loyalty and consumer trust also take a dive. iconectiv recognized the need for information on this topic and presented a webinar in partnership with VanillaPlus to provide valuable insights and best practices on how to address this growing problem.
The efficient administration of telephone numbers is essential for network operations and customer service organizations to run smoothly. iconectiv recognized the need for information on this topic and presented a webinar in partnership with the Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) to provide valuable insights on how to protect your customers, brand and revenue.
Kathy Timko reflects on her experience leading the migration of the NPAC to iconectiv earlier in 2018 in a contributed article for Unified Communications.
By generating large volumes of traffic to high-risk numbers in a short period of time, fraudsters can make substantial profits before a service provider’s fraud management system is able to detect the fraud and block the numbers. Learn more about how service providers are starting to adopt a more comprehensive approach involving the use of accurate and detailed global number range information to complement existing fraud management systems.Download Whitepaper