OpenVault sees opportunity in data consumption
At the NCTC's Independent Show in Anaheim, CA, OpenVault will be announcing its newest technologies leveraging the various data sets ...
At the NCTC's Independent Show in Anaheim, CA, OpenVault will be announcing its newest technologies leveraging the various data sets OpenVault collects and analyzes with solutions for operators to identify subscribers' usage behaviors. The lineup includes the Revenue Accelerator, a new tool intended to help operators "right-size" their subscriber broadband products and optimize revenues.
Mark Trudeau, OpenVault's founder and CEO said: "The Revenue Accelerator takes the guesswork out of proactive upgrade campaigns. By using the most accurate and broad set of data available, blind sales calls are replaced by intelligent leads to micro-target prime upgrade candidates. This is a game changer for driving incremental revenues and providing subscribers with an optimal quality of experience."
Subscriber data usage consumption trends indicate that both power users and average users will continue to consume tremendous amounts of data, with a forecast of 50% of subscribers using more than 250 GB per month by the end of 2020.
OpenVault's technology is designed to enable aggregation of data from millions of subscribers worldwide optimization of revenue opportunities that the industry's data growth presents, and proactive management of network congestion and usage inequalities.
Trudeau said: "OpenVault's latest products, which leverage our years of experience collecting and analyzing broadband data usage behavior, are helping operators understand their subscribers' growing usage and needs and enabling them to optimize market opportunities at an extremely critical time."
OpenVault customer Brian Lynch, senior vice president of Schurz Communications, said: "We've partnered with OpenVault for several years now, and they continue to release innovative products that have truly impacted our bottom line while also assisting us in providing a more efficient and superior service to our subscribers."