Join Comptel executives for a discussion on the biggest challenges preventing efficient data monetisation
HELSINKI, Finland – 31 March 2016 –Comptel Corporation (NASDAQ OMX Helsinki: CTL1V) will present at the Policy Control Conference, taking place 5-6 April 2016, in Berlin, Germany. In the ‘Analytics and Data Monetisation’ conference stream, on Tuesday, 5 April at 12:00-12:20 p.m., Simo Isomäki, Vice President, MONETIZER™, and Martin Vieth, Vice President, Solution Architecture will cover the ‘Seven Deadly Sins of Policy Control.’
The discussion will analyse the critical challenges preventing efficient data monetisation, and examine how telecommunications operators can look beyond PCRF and develop a business policy engine. Data-driven policy control and charging solutions will also be detailed during the presentation.
Throughout the Policy Control Conference, Comptel will be available for meetings to further discuss data monetisation best practices, as well as offer demos of MONETIZER™. MONETIZER™ goes beyond traditional policy control and rules function (PCRF) by introducing natively combined policies, rating and balance management.
To book an on-site meeting with Comptel executives or to schedule a MONETIZER™ demo, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Comptel Corporation
Life is digital moments. Comptel perfects these by transforming how you serve, meet and respond to the needs of “Generation Cloud” customers.
Our solutions allow you to innovate rich communications services instantly, master the orchestration of service and order flows, capture data-in-motion and refine your decision-making. We apply intelligence to reduce friction in your business.
Comptel has enabled the delivery of digital and communications services to more than 2 billion people. Every day, we care for more than 20% of all mobile usage data. Nearly 300 service providers across 90 countries have trusted us to perfect customers’ digital moments. For more information, visit www.comptel.com.
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