4th February 2021
Crowdsourcing has become a crucial data source for service providers looking to understand their customer’s experience and prioritise improvements. The continued influx of this information is set to face challenges in 2021 however, with Google demanding detailed justification for the collection of background location collection from mobile apps from the 31st March.
Many developers are electing to turn background location collection off altogether in order to prevent their applications being penalised or otherwise delisted from the Play Store. For operators, this is going to have a negative impact on the amount of samples coming from their existing third party crowd data providers.
The good news is that operators can look to implement their own route to crowdsourcing by integrating a lightweight SDK into their existing billing and VAS applications whilst remaining compliant with required data and privacy guidelines. We work with our customers to provide a fast and flexible process which is fully automated and allows them to bring crowd initiatives into a controlled ecosystem, and under direct control.
See the video to learn more and get in touch with us today to keep this vital information flowing into your systems and processes.
26th June 2023
A new government initiative is poised to propel the UK's connectivity to unprecedented heights by the end of 2030. And with 5G NSA not looking at taking off any time soon, both the government and business leaders recognise where the true value and ambition within the UK telecoms industry belongs.
27th March 2023
In today's fast-paced world, businesses and organisations must rely upon technology to stay ahead of the competition, streamline internal processes and monetise where possible. This means that the solutions they require must be fully customisable and flexible in adapting to their needs.
7th February 2023
Yes, it is true that in today's world, customer focus is a critical factor in successful business and smart city planning. And there are a multitude of avenues that need to be considered before any project can go ahead, such as infrastructure, technology, transport, housing, public services and security to name a few. Furthermore, hindsight is a wonderful thing, and we must learn from our past mistakes if our smart cities are to be a success for the future.