It’s time to rethink telecommunications.

This telecommunications sector have always been technologically-driven, with the foundation of this sector depending the latest innovations. Sourcing relevancy has always been been the cause of the changes in this industry, a vital concept many other industries fail to harness. Nevertheless, with the recent hit taken by the industry due to Coronavirus and disruption altering the industry thanks to new competitors entering the industry, firms are not set for plain sailing.

If you want to take on the turbulence predicted for this industry, then you need to shine the spotlight on your customers. And you need to respond to their changing needs, too.

Are you ready to take on the challenge?

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Innovate Via Customer
Insight

High revenue and growing conversions have always been the defining ambition of businesses operating in this sector. But at the centre of this is relevancy. Data-driven insights can simplify the process of determining your next strategy.

It's All About Artificial Intelligence

You don't need a crystal ball to predict the future of this industry; AI is set to rock this sector to its core. That means you need a scalable solution that can encompass all of your operational ambitions.

Lockdown With Cyber-Security

Tapping into the latest technology solutions might be beneficial for your business, but your secrets to telecommunications success can be threatened by those wishing to access and utilise your data. Secure your customers’ and your business’ details with cyber protection.

On The Production Line

Just like most disrupted industries, the telecommunications sector is constantly seeking to reinvigorate its production methods and the products and services created from it. This starts with data-driven customer insights. Only then can your efforts of digitalisation be put into effect.

The technology this specifically equates to includes software-driven network services to revive network operations, applied intelligence to spread intelligent tech across every facet of your business, and the necessary cybersecurity to secure your business against threats to you or your customers' data.

This is especially vital as the industry moves online.

Creating a culture based on the constant adaptation to disruption is central to staying up-to-date and ahead of the curve.

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For The Customer

There are two sides to every story - and this particular tale starts with the customer. The telecommunications industry has always navigated around the audience's exact needs and wants to meet them via products and services and the customer experience. Unfortunately, the process of achieving this is not as simple as it first seems.

You need to harness customer insights for your business in order to drive the personalised experience, and you need to do this via the latest advances in technology. This encompasses automation, hyper-personalisation, and AI to forge value generation. Blockchain can also be utilised as it disperses digital solutions amongst each employee.

Although this industry might be ahead of others given its digital perspective and products, this doesn't mean new technology isn't valuable. In fact, it's a necessity in order to intrigue and invite new customers via new business models and consequential business strategy.

The customer is always right, right?

Jeremy Garcia - Simply Brands
Anyone with a growing business needs technology in order to succeed. Our internal team productivity jumped by over 241% thanks to the tools and code that Lolly Co produced.
Jeremy Garcia - Simply Brands

Jeremy Garcia
Director of Technology, Simply Brands

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Do You Dare Go Digital?

For those with an ear to the ground, this is also known as a Digital Transformation.

A Digital Transformation rethinks how you manage your employees, your clients’ and business’ data, and how you carry out your business operations. Or, in simple terms, a DT is the technological revamp your business needs to stay competitive.

The telecommunications sector is famed for being light-years ahead of other industries as it fosters the latest technologies. Indeed, a basic principle for survival in this sector is investing in the most up-to-date technologies to avoid falling behind. But this isn't to say that this sector isn't raring to rethink the latest evolutions in the wider world of business. Staying agile is a necessity for your telecommunications team - finding a way to move faster from your interim management to senior managing director is how you can secure your competitive edge against the competition.

If you want your business to stay afloat amongst the rocky waters of competitive telecom companies, certain technologies centred around data-driven insights need to be harnessed. Whether you're reassessing your advertising capabilities, or you're reshaping the audience experience through innovative products, this is a new wave of digitalisation and no ship is guaranteed plain sailing.

With an ever-changing industry targeting different avenues of customer-interest, it is vital your business adapts, and adapts fast.

Put Personalisation At The Fore Of Your Business

Advertising is vital to the survival of your business. Beat out the competition via data-driven insights that power personalisation.

Your customers are never too far from the internet via mobile devices. Tap into cloud computing to maximise marketing opportunities.

Know what your customers want before they realise its themselves. Harness fresh data to source relevant ideas for your products and services.

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Engage With The Need For Engagement

From the latest video platforms to micro-blogging sights, your advertising needs to extend to every avenue of marketing.

Harness the power of personalisation to curate a new marketing funnel experience which engages with the customer from first click to final purchase.

This sector relies on the latest trends. These days, that includes utilising the latest technologies to prove to your future customers that you're finger is on the pulse.

Enforce Efficiency Via Technology

Don't leave the future up to chance - harness data-driven insights to forecast even the subtlest of changes in customer demand and meet them as they evolve.

Make your business intelligent via smart technology. Solve challenges and elevate efficiency via one of the latest digital innovations.

Diffuse digital innovations along the entire supply chain to ensure future innovation is encouraged and issues are identified - and solved - in record-time.

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+ What is the telecommunications sector?

The telecommunications sector includes all of the telecommunications and telephone companies and internet service providers that make communication possible. These businesses built the infrastructure that allows data to be sent anywhere in the world.

+ Is the telecommunications sector growing?

As a result of a rise in global spending on the telecom services industry, the sector is predicted to continue on a course of steady growth. Despite the strain on the industry as the world works and studies from home, the opportunities post-Coronavirus suggest strong growth could lie up ahead.

+ What is the future of the telecommunications industry?

As with most sectors, the future of the telecommunications industry seems uncertain - however, it does provide an opportunity to restrategise and align with new remote working and home study options. The digitally-driven strategies include IoT and AI solutions to rethink business models and streamline operations.

+ What are the trends in the telecommunications industry?

The technology trends for the telecommunications industry include Internet of Things technologies which enable them to supply seamless, global services to their customers, whereas artificial intelligence can integrate the wider variety of technology on offer.

+ How is technology changing the telecommunications industry?

So far, telecommunications and IT has come together and are continuing to merge overtime via voice calls, internet access and productivity apps, for example. The rise of cyber security and business intelligence apps have also planted themselves within the sector.

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We're Re-Writing Your Business Plan

Taking things technological might seem a challenging feat set to put your troops through their paces, but with Lolly Co at every step of the way, navigating the new territory need not be difficult. In fact, with our tech-team assessing your business’ exact needs and walking you through each step, you don’t need a map, either! But, if you do fancy finding your way around tomorrow’s business technology, you can start here.