Telecoming is an international company deploying a complete suite of technologies for digital services monetization. In a scalable, flexible and secure platform, it integrates seamlessly revenue generation tools based on User Acquisition, User Engagement and Business Optimization.
Leader on the economics of digital content since 2008, Telecoming currently operates in 27 countries. The London Stock Exchange has acknowledged the firm as one of the most inspiring European organizations. Moreover, it’s among Europe’s fastest-growing companies, according to Morningstar’s Inc.5,000 ranking.
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Wherever there are digital transactions, there is the risk of fraud. Mobile content is no exception, with ever-evolving methods to defraud customers, mobile content providers, payment aggregators and MNOs. All stakeholders must be aware of the fraud types and their differing impacts in order to align on best practice, limit the risk and stay ahead of the fraudsters.
MEF’s DCB Fraud Working Group has published a new whitepaper Combatting Fraud in Mobile Content to raise awareness and show how DCB fraud can be minimised.
A popular payment channel will always attract fraudsters. Sad but true. So what’s the best defence against DCB fraud. MEF experts tackled the issue. Direct carrier billing has had a bumpy journey over the last decade. It was initially heralded as the next big thing – a friction-free payment channel that would bring riches back to the operators.
The potential of e-sports. The rise of B2B2C. The challenge of balancing regulation with the freedom to innovate. There was much to discuss in a webinar that looked ahead to the future of mobile VAS… In the early 2000s a community of innovators noticed the passion consumers had for their (2G) phones. They saw a business opportunity.
The digital ticketing market is one of the fastest-growing industries, as explained in market analysis from Telecoming, the tech company specialising in digital services monetization. The digital ticketing market is one of the fastest-growing industry, according to the analysis carried out by Telecoming based on data provided by Juniper Research. Users are already choosing digital ticketing as a suitable option to buy tickets for transport, sports events, concerts and other entertainment shows.
Telecoming´s Head of UX, David Murillo explains why now more than ever, the user experience is critical to the mobile experience – plus, MEFTV speaks to CEO Cyrille Thivat about their business and the mobile ecosystem.
The latest Mobile World Congress portrayed that user behaviour patterns are one of the most requested insights when designing a customer journey. It’s the starting point of a journey towards achieving the main goal of mobile services: to provide users with a tailored consumer experience that meets his or her needs.
Another Mobile World Congress is over. There was more of everything this year. More visitors (108,000 up 7% on 2016), more exhibitors, more keynotes and more announcements made. It can get very noisy.
But in amongst the noise the important technology trends emerged, trends that will shape the mobile ecosystem going forward.
In our 5 minutes with profiles, MEF members talk about their business, their aspirations for the future and the wider mobile industry. This week, COO Roberto Monge shares an update on Telecoming.
What are Telecoming’s main goals? After more than 12 years of expanding our activity on the mobile industry, Telecoming has focused on driving business growth and promoting innovation through advanced technology.