Proviti, a Global Consulting firm has released a whitepaper provding a deep insight on Mobile Analytics

By September 19th, 2014 AT 12:58 PM

Proviti, a global consulting company released a whitepaper on the topic of ‘Mobile Analytics’ at the CII(Confederation of Indian Industry) under the Telecom convergence summit 2014 at Shangri-La, Delhi. This was a perfect industrial Launchpad as business leaders in excess of 200 from the Indian Communications Industry poured in and exchanged their views and visions about the future of convergence in telecoms and the rewarding prospects it commands for both the consumers and the service providers.

The Smartphone boom has resulted in a huge amount of Data being perceived by the Telecos on a second to second basis and this is actually being not leveraged sufficiently. Deep insights in the Mobile Analytics will help the Telecos to gauge the behavior of the consumers and open the flood gates for a sea of opportunities.

Mr Umang Das, Co-Chairman, Telecom Convergence Summit –CII said “The commitment that Protiviti has put into making this event successful through an innovative whitepaper is commendable and is truly appreciated. The event provided delegates with valuable learning experience, which we are sure will help drive critical organizational change in the telecom industry.”

As of May 2014 the total Mobile Subscription rose to a Staggering 7Billion which is nearly 95.5% off the world population. Additionally the Smartphone sales have also got the much required boost and the smartphone sales accounted for 52% of total Global handset shipments.

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