In this podcast episode, our Chief Revenue Officer, Jonathan Woolf, sits down with Nicky Daniels from Innovation Martlesham to dive into the world of telcos and explore how big data and artificial intelligence are revolutionizing the industry.
2nd Intent HQ Chair Congress – “The Price Crisis 2022-2023: Winners, Losers, and Strategies for Success”
On the 24th of May, we hosted the 2nd Intent HQ Chair Congress, where we explored the pressing issues of the price crisis in 2022-2023 and provided valuable strategies for businesses to succeed in this challenging environment. Consumer behavior is constantly adapting to changing macro environments, and our event aimed to shed light on the […]
Mexmovil and Intent HQ have announced their partnership to empower and influence the credit scores of women in emerging economies. The Mexican virtual mobile operator will leverage Intent HQ’s privacy-safe AI Edge platform to curate more informed credit score models, helping women access money at a more affordable rate. The trial will address 20,000 women […]
Marketing campaigns are won and lost on the accessibility and quality of the data companies have about their customers. On paper, telecom operators have a huge advantage in this area because no sector holds the same volume or variety of customer data. But are these firms really making the most of this?
Marketing campaigns are won and lost on the accessibility and quality of companies’ data about their customers – and how smartly they use it.
Data is any business’ most valuable resource. But while this is more true than ever in today’s environment, it’s not the whole story. After all, it doesn’t matter how many billions or even trillions of data points a firm possesses – if they can’t utilize it effectively, it’s doing nothing more than taking up server […]
The Covid-19 pandemic was a driving force for businesses to innovate and pivot strategies. Telco and other service providers have long been viewed as utility companies by today’s consumers – customers might not necessarily love their service providers, but they do love the things they make possible. At the start of the global quarantine, service providers around the world were under immense pressure to deliver their services effectively to consumers.
The current situation with millions of people confined to home and eschewing physical meetings has highlighted the way that social media has captured our imagination.