Moly McMillan spun the stories as we talked about revenue assurance in cable companies, mobile operators and OTT providers for episode 8 of the current season.
Bartek Bukowski of BT was the expert guest for Episode 5 of the current season of RAG TV. Root cause analysis was the nominal subject of the show, but we talked about much, much more.
Some thoughts about the difference between being more advanced and being a leader.
RAG TV is reaching new levels of audience engagement. The third season began with an energetic debate about the key trends from last year.
You could watch a boring webinar where multiple salesmen tell you how to fix your problems by buying something. Or join us for a real discussion at RAG TV. Season 3 starts January 6th.
We finally have a survey that is so large and diverse that it covers leakages, like mobile money fraud, which are usually excluded because they are not relevant to telcos in Western countries.
Watch the presentation, read the report and download the data to understand what 175 professionals said about current revenue assurance and fraud management leakage rates and causes.
The ‘immersive’ game asks players to query foreign ISPs and social media platforms following a hypothetical terrorist attack.
The RAG Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management Survey will close at the end of Wednesday 14th October. All the data will be shared publicly on 1st November.
The AIDA project will adapt the RAID RAFM system for federated machine learning with help from several universities.