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20 Mar 2020  |  North America
A Measurement System to Spark Companies 2 Action (C2A)--Innovation that Fuels New Deal Flow and Growth Pipelines
Workforce optimization (WFO) drives performance, agent engagement, and an improved customer experience (CX) in the contact center industry. Frost & Sullivan defines WFO as a strategy to integrate disparate contact center workforce applications, monitor and analyze customer and agent interactions, and automate processes to optimize contact center r...
14 Mar 2020  |  North America
How COVID 19 is accelerating adoption of collaboration tools and overall shift of mindset
The ongoing outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan—the most populous city in Central China—evolved rapidly to be characterized as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on 11 March 2020. Globally, organizations have been monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and many have already implemente...
05 Mar 2020  |  North America
SMBs are a Driving Force Behind Mobile Worker Applications Growth
This study examines current and near-term SMB (small and mid-sized business) demand for mobile worker software applications. It also profiles a subset of mobile worker app providers that are successfully reaching the SMB sector and identifies future growth opportunities in this market. The information contained in this study allows mobile worker a...
20 Feb 2020  |  North America
Wireless Carrier Strategies and Opportunities in the North American Mobile Workforce Apps Market, 2020
Leveraging the App Reseller Role to Sell Adjacent Services, Improve Positioning, and Decrease Churn
This study examines wireless carrier strategies in today’s North American mobile workforce apps market. The information contained in this study allows wireless carriers to benchmark their mobile worker app efforts against those of their peers. This study should also help mobile workforce app developers identify potential reseller partners. Frost...
10 Feb 2020  |  North America
Intensely Competitive Environment and a Proliferation of OTT Alternatives Leading to Subscriber Losses
This study is part of the Frost & Sullivan Digital Media research, with a base year of 2018 and a focus on pay TV market dynamics in the United States. Pay television is a video viewing service where content from multiple broadcasters, production houses and TV channels are transmitted through cable, satellite and/or ADSL/VDSL/fiber. Consumers pay a...
03 Feb 2020  |  North America
OTT Service Providers Have Yet to Figure Out How to Achieve Service and Monetization Parity Across Traditional and Online Broadcasts
No OTT Services Achieving Service and Monetization Parity on Traditional and Online Broadcasts
Content services are most beloved when they offer delightful, consistent, cross-device OTT experiences, which are at par with conventional live, linear managed experiences. While Tier-1 services such as Comcast and others are coming closer to this idea in the US, the overall problem is far from solved. Even a decade after Netflix and Hulu first beg...
03 Feb 2020  |  North America
Driving Partner Engagement and Sales with New Tech Strategies
Channel partner relationships are like a three-legged stool, with vendors, partners, and businesses all reaping benefits from the relationship. For customers, channel partners often provide a high-touch, consultative approach that allows them to get to know the business’ needs and goals and offers a trusted, expert view of how to make their goals...
31 Jan 2020  |  North America
Server-Side Ad Stitching in Live and Catch-Up
Server-side ad insertion has normally been about tackling the problems of ad blocking and device fragmentation. But the industry is now seeing platform shifts that change the sweet spot of ad stitching towards live and catch-up TV. Client-side ad SDKs have grown in sophistication, the platforms they run have become more capable and the transition t...
27 Jan 2020  |  North America
Turbulent Market Dynamics Point Certificate Authorities to New Revenue Opportunities and Business Models
A Web site is th
23 Jan 2020  |  North America
Cloud Providers Must Answer this Urgent Need in the Market in a Scalable Manner
As video-based content services are now big business, with real revenue behind them, cloud-based ecosystems are now the difference between success and failure. Content owners can no longer afford to rely on self-hosted solutions that are more costly, harder to upgrade, and can't be scaled on-demand. Cloud services are opening new doors via platform...