Get the latest announcements from MEF Members across the mobile ecosystem globally in this weekly review of member news…
conectiv announced that it has made key contribution to the latest Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) specifications by LF Networking.
The specifications have been published by to help combine and drive industry progress toward delivering new services quickly and cost-efficiently using network functions virtualization (NFV) over software-defined mobile networks within an open source framework.
iconectiv joined the ONAP initiative last year to help partner in solving the challenges of smoothly onboarding the VNFs that are crucial to the way 5G and other advanced software-defined networks will be managed and commissioned.
Modix, the digital marketing arm of Cox Automotive, has entered into a partnership with LivePerson Automotive for live chat and text services to dealers.
Modix will offer the LivePerson Automotive platform to car dealerships under the product name Modix Live Chat +. The product enables live chat conversations between dealers and the customers browsing their stock, both through manufacturer used vehicle locators (UVLs) and directly on the dealers’ websites.
“We’re excited to bring two great companies together to better serve our dealer and OEM partners, and the consumers they serve, by providing conversational commerce services,” said Thom Coupar-Evans, sales director for LivePerson Automotive UK.
Infobip, a global communications company for businesses, and a leader in omnichannel engagement, welcomes Mario Baburic as its first Chief Financial Officer. The appointment of Mr. Baburic is a key milestone as Infobip prepares for the next step in its evolution.
Mr. Baburic is a corporate executive and an investment banker with more than a decade’s experience in advising on strategic corporate developments and business planning. He joins Infobip with immediate effect at the company’s London headquarters.
“I’m delighted to have someone with Mario’s talents, experience, and knowledge join Infobip,” said Silvio Kutic, Infobip CEO. “He will be a trusted voice and partner in the company’s next steps as we continue our rapid growth. His engineering background embodies the spirit of Infobip.”
Vonage Partners with transcosmos research and development, Inc. to Provide Authentication, Messaging, and Development Support APIs in the Japanese Market
Vonage (VG), a global business cloud communications leader, has announced a partnership with transcosmos research and development, Inc., an R&D and services provider based in Japan. By leveraging Nexmo, the Vonage API Platform, transcosmos aims to provide businesses with the digital transformation tools necessary to boost operations productivity, reduce costs and maximize profits.
With fraud, spoofing, and stealth marketing issues on the rise in the Asia Pacific market and globally, there is an increasing need for ways to efficiently, securely, and reliably authenticate and confirm customer identification. As customers demand high levels of security and accessibility, businesses can ensure customer identity by pairing usernames and passwords with two-step authentication through SMS (short message service) that utilizes mobile phone numbers through multiple web and application services.
Hiya, the global provider of bringing trust and identity into the mobile call, has announced a new product that allows businesses to provide meaningful context into their calls to mobile customers, the company said.
Featuring business name, logo, location and reason for the call, the newly launched Hiya Connect helps companies improve contact rates and increase the quality of conversations with their customers.
With Hiya Connect, businesses are able to instill trust by providing identity and context at the first ring. This significantly increases call completion rates, customer satisfaction, and topline revenue.
Hiya Connect is currently deployed in 40+ countries via Hiya´s Android and iOS apps, and via the company´s partnership with Samsung.