Communication Industries


Communication become very vast now a days, it become very fast and essential to life.Communication requires that the communicating parties share aninformation-technology-and-communication area of communicative commonality.Communication requires a sender, a message, and a recipient, although the receiver doesn't have to be present or aware of the sender's intent to communicate at the time of communication; thus communication can occur across vast distances in time and space. Communication requires that the communicating parties share an area of communicative commonality.

When mobile is the new TV, cloud is the new datacenter and content is the new voice, opportunity calls every second. To maximize their bandwidth of possibilities, enterprises are looking for information technology and strategy that delivers the vision of 'personalize, monetize and capitalize'.

Chances and Challenges

Operational legerity: Mature communications operators have typically grown through consolidation; and the addition of bolt-on solutions to an existing infrastructure for handling new services. The result – complex, unwieldy and often isolated operating models. Competing with more agile players will require enterprises to simplify key operational requirements such as customer understanding and responsiveness, ongoing cost reduction, usage-based pricing, and bundled offerings.

Attracting and retaining digital consumers: An estimated 450 million mobile Internet users in 2009. Over 1 billion in 2013. Add to this, the rise of smartphones and other Internet-enabled devices. Providers wanting to grab a piece of this content pie must look into how they can improve the monetization of mobile content, data usage and supporting infrastructure.

Customer experience management (CEM): Today, brand loyalty is slipping beyond the coverage of service providers. Consumers now swear by their preferred devices and the online applications they access through it. To combat this disruption, operators need to develop innovative CEM strategies across multiple channels as a way to optimize customer mix and offerings – ensuring that services are well-targeted, timely, and high on value delivered.

Continuous innovation: The lines are blurring between wireline, wireless, cable and satellite companies – they are interconnected like never before. Enterprise success is now linked to differentiating a new integrated portfolio with innovative service offerings.

How GlobalView delivers business value:

We, Global View helps communications enterprises stay on top of change, helping them connect, collaborate and communicate better by addressing their challenges in three key areas:
business transformation
accelerating innovation
efficient operations.