Monthly Archives: March 2011

Mobile Banking– could this be a possible pain-reliever for telcos in India ?

In a recent article MasterCard”s India-born President and CEO Ajay Banga said, India presents much more exciting opportunity than China in terms of growth of the credit card business. Read the complete article here.He argues ..”that cash is expensive for an … Continue reading

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Customer Data, Analytics and Future

In a time when the buzz word is about data analytics and deriving value out of the humongous volumes of data, a question definitely arises, how secure could personal information be in the future when the world would have been … Continue reading

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‘Face Off’ – from revenue assurance to revenue optimization and the way forward

If only it was possible to surgically put faces-off from one skin and fix it on the other, as had been shown in the Nicholas Cage, John Travolta starrer movie ‘Face Off’; business tycoons would surely have used a similar … Continue reading

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India – Is Your ‘Middle’ Class Vanishing or Are You approaching an effective Tipping Point ?

While watching the recent promos of an Indian film viz. ‘Dum Maaro Dum’ in which Deepika Padukone – (one of the most popular India female lead actors) is found grooving in smoke ridden environment – I suddenly asked myself…Is that … Continue reading

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Deriving value out of analytics softwares in telecom – the question is how much ?

“Mobile broadband will have the greatest impact in both mature and growth markets, but finding the right business models and managing costs will be the keys to operator success“. This is a direct quite from the an article in Analysis Mason … Continue reading

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