Business software – Another Version Of Mother http://www.anotherversionofmother.com/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 23:11:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon.png Business software – Another Version Of Mother http://www.anotherversionofmother.com/ 32 32 FINBOA ranks 11th on Houston Business Journal’s Fast 100 2022 list https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/finboa-ranks-11th-on-houston-business-journals-fast-100-2022-list/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 23:11:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/finboa-ranks-11th-on-houston-business-journals-fast-100-2022-list/ The award rewards Houston-private companies in the region with the fastest revenue growth HOUSTON, September 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — FINBOA, Inc., a leading innovator of intelligent process automation software for financial institutions, is honored to be ranked #11 on Houston Business Journal’s 2022 list ( HBJ) Fast 100, announced today. HBJ Fast 100 List of […]]]>

The award rewards Houston-private companies in the region with the fastest revenue growth

HOUSTON, September 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — FINBOA, Inc., a leading innovator of intelligent process automation software for financial institutions, is honored to be ranked #11 on Houston Business Journal’s 2022 list ( HBJ) Fast 100, announced today. HBJ Fast 100 List of Awards Houston-private companies in the region with the fastest revenue growth over a two-year period.

FINBOA got the 11e place position based on revenue growth of more than 300% from 2019 to 2021. FINBOA attributes its continued success to offering a proven portfolio of SaaS automation solutions specifically designed for banks and credit unions. Created to transform back-office processing and the customer experience using RPA, FINBOA increases staff efficiency and accuracy, while reducing compliance costs, losses and risks.

Industry-recognized FINBOA software digitizes and modernizes inefficient manual processes or systems commonly used to manage regulatory compliance processing for payment disputes, treasury integration, exception management, and loan integration .

FINBOA CEO and Founder, Raj Singal, said, “We are honored to be recognized for the growth of our business. Thanks to HBJ and our customers. I am proud of what the FINBOA team has been able to accomplish. We plan to continue to grow organically, maintaining our current product and market focus. We have extensive industry experience and many market opportunities are available to us. We are actively expanding the SaaS offerings available within our existing solution lines, while seeking to develop additional products to accelerate our growth.”

A
about HBJ Fast 100

The Fast 100 list is ranked by company-wide revenue growth between fiscal year 2019 and fiscal year 2021. To be eligible, companies must be for-profit, private, and headquartered in the Houston Region. They must also have been active for at least five exercises per year. December 31, 2021. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/

A
About FINBOA

FINBOA provides intelligent process automation for banks and credit unions to simplify and improve regulatory compliance and customer experience by eliminating manual systems. Leveraging RPA, extensive industry experience and a commitment to customer service, FINBOA offers a transformative SaaS proven to enable institutional growth by reducing operational costs and risk . Founded in 2016, FINBOA is headquartered in Houston. Learn more at www.finboa.com or follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

SOURCEFINBOA

]]>
Foreign companies recommend solutions to promote Vietnam’s development | Company https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/foreign-companies-recommend-solutions-to-promote-vietnams-development-company/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 01:43:17 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/foreign-companies-recommend-solutions-to-promote-vietnams-development-company/ Meeting participants (Photo: VNA) They applauded Vietnam for its achievements in recent years, especially in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and changes in the world. They expressed their thanks for the Vietnamese government’s support to the business community in general and FDI companies in particular. Nakajima Takeo, chief representative of the Japan External Trade […]]]>
Meeting participants (Photo: VNA)

They applauded Vietnam for its achievements in recent years, especially in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and changes in the world. They expressed their thanks for the Vietnamese government’s support to the business community in general and FDI companies in particular.

Nakajima Takeo, chief representative of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Hanoi, said that in a survey conducted by his agency of more than 1,700 parent companies of Japanese companies, Vietnam ranked second among countries where companies wish to increase their investments.

FDI companies are eager to follow Vietnam’s policy developments. They highlighted the need to diversify in terms of networks in the supply chain; suggested to the local authorities to increase the training of the workers and to provide them with housing and means of transport.

Kim Young-chul, vice president of the Korean Business Association in Vietnam (KORCHAM), said that amid global uncertainties such as inflation and supply chain disruption, Vietnam is still highly valued thanks to efforts to maintain stable and foreign prices. exchange rate.

Vietnam should have a more open visa policy to become a global tourism hub and attract more foreign investment, Kim said, adding that short and long-term infrastructure planning plans, including electrical systems , roads and bridges, need to be upgraded to support high-tech projects.

Meanwhile, a representative of the Singapore Business Association Vietnam stressed the importance of developing domestic support industries to reduce dependence on imported materials and called on the Vietnamese authorities to simplify administrative procedures to facilitate the operations of companies.

According to HSBC Vietnam CEO Tim Evans, Vietnam continues to be an attractive destination. It is ranked 2nd in terms of post-pandemic recovery potential.

Evans recommended that Vietnam promote regular dialogues between state management agencies and FDI companies to clarify regulations and policies related to capital flows, financing, business establishment and incentives.

He also stressed the need for Vietnam to focus on developing skilled workers, saying this will be an important factor in promoting and attracting high-value investments in high-value industries such as semiconductors, automotive engineering, fintech and logistics.

Erin Ennis, Senior Vice President of Dell Technologies Group, said investments over the past 30 years show that Dell’s projects in Vietnam have promoted and contributed significantly to the development of electronics, mechanical and packaging industries. in the country.

Vietnam will play an important role in Dell’s continued diversification of its supply chain, she said, adding that Dell looks forward to contributing more to Vietnam’s economy and electronics industry.

Meanwhile, Michael Vu Nguyen, country manager of Boeing Vietnam, said Boeing introduced the potential of sustainable energy for the aviation industry and encouraged investment, production and use of clean fuel for airlines. airlines in Vietnam in the future.

He expressed the hope that the Vietnamese government will continue its open, flexible and effective policy for major suppliers in the aviation industry to facilitate their investment in the country.

Vietnam should promote the deployment of green infrastructure and green materials, he said, expecting the country to become an important source of supply for the general aerospace industry and supply chain. of Boeing Corporation in particular.

Nguyen Hoang, representative of the board of directors of Hanoi South Supporting Industrial Park, suggested that large international companies and multinationals operating in Vietnam create the most favorable conditions and opportunities for Vietnamese companies, especially specialized ones. in the support industry, to become their partners and satellite manufacturers; and join the production line in Vietnam.

During the conference, representatives from a number of localities such as Quang Ninh, Can Tho and Nghe An briefed participants on the potential, strengths and investment opportunities, mechanisms, policies, environment business and investment in their localities.

Vietnammore

]]>
WTW, Partner Software Provider on Digital Worker Compensation Platform https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/wtw-partner-software-provider-on-digital-worker-compensation-platform/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 14:11:14 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/wtw-partner-software-provider-on-digital-worker-compensation-platform/ WTW and insurance software provider CodeEast announced a partnership to enable MGAs and carriers to quickly implement a digital platform for workers’ compensation insurance. CodeEast’s ONEview platform now offers features tailored to US workers’ compensation insurance, including a workers’ compensation rating component delivered through Radar Live, the price and engine platform decision of […]]]>


WTW and insurance software provider CodeEast announced a partnership to enable MGAs and carriers to quickly implement a digital platform for workers’ compensation insurance. CodeEast’s ONEview platform now offers features tailored to US workers’ compensation insurance, including a workers’ compensation rating component delivered through Radar Live, the price and engine platform decision of WTW.

The US workers’ compensation market is valued at approximately $43 billion in gross written premiums annually. It is also experiencing rapid change due to the emergence of smart devices, better workplace safety practices, and accelerated access to smart data services. In this rapidly changing environment, MAs and carriers need digital platforms that enable profitable underwriting decisions and lower operating costs, WTW said.

Read next: NCCI releases report on workers’ compensation legislation

“The combination of the ONEview digital insurance platform and the Radar Live scoring engine is truly an added value for MGAs and carriers in the workers’ compensation market,” said Aidan Brogan, Chief Commercial Officer at Code East. “It offers enhanced pricing and modeling, efficient distribution control, and end-to-end automation with real-time underwriting governance and monitoring.”

“This combination of tools gives MGAs and carriers the enhanced capabilities and efficiency benefits they need to accelerate innovation, connectivity, and digitalization in the competitive U.S. insurance marketplace,” said Taffy Jo Mayers, global proposition leader for commercial lines pricing and underwriting, insurance consulting and technology, WTW.

]]>
Inventory software matches company inventory to employee skills https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/inventory-software-matches-company-inventory-to-employee-skills/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/inventory-software-matches-company-inventory-to-employee-skills/ About Timly Software AG Founders: Philipp Baumann, Fitim Mehmeti Founded: 2020 Employees: 15 Funds raised: pre-seed business angel funding in 2021, revenue currently in seven figures Ultimate objective: To become the European market leader in digital inventory management. Why we are writing on this topic: The startup shows that it’s not enough to develop an […]]]>

About Timly Software AG

  • Founders: Philipp Baumann, Fitim Mehmeti
  • Founded: 2020
  • Employees: 15
  • Funds raised: pre-seed business angel funding in 2021, revenue currently in seven figures
  • Ultimate objective: To become the European market leader in digital inventory management.
Why we are writing on this topic:

The startup shows that it’s not enough to develop an app – and certainly not an app for everything. Technology and human behavior require coordination.

In 2020, Philipp Baumann and Fitim Mehmeti received a request from a construction company looking for software to effectively manage employee skills and certifications. No problem for both. They developed a version that gave insight into who in the company had what skills and when they needed a refresh. If certifications expired or training needed to be updated, the software reminded them in a timely manner. Later, the client wanted to link employee skills to company inventory – and the idea for the start-up Timly was born. Since then, they have been able to establish themselves in German-speaking countries with their inventory software and are now ready to expand across Europe. In this episode of the Start-up-of-the-Day series, co-founder Philipp Baumann talks about the challenges of starting a business and their innovation.

What problem are you solving with your inventory software – and why is it important?

Our software solves all customer issues regarding their inventory in conjunction with employee capabilities. In particular, questions such as “Who actually has what inventory, where, and in what condition?” or “Who should retrain and by when?” and “What equipment should be maintained, when and by whom?” can be answered by the software virtually at the click of a mouse. Small and large companies can get an individual solution to their inventory and employee skills issues with us and can ultimately grow with Timly.

What was the biggest obstacle you had to overcome?

At first, we wondered if there were even potential customers for our inventory software. This caused us a lot of stress and sleepless nights, especially since we both already had families with children when we left our jobs to develop Timly. It wasn’t until the inventory software started selling that we realized the risk was worth it. With each new client, sales increased, but the workload also increased. As late as late 2021, three of us were still sitting in one of the founders’ tiny loft, working on requests and feedback for employee training or code label orders. QR to scan inventory. At the same time, we were trying to keep growing. Phases like this can be very difficult, especially in the beginning, but are eventually manageable due to market motivation and reactions.

What accomplishments have made you really proud?

We solve your business-specific problems with our inventory software. Through feedback from our customers, we can see firsthand how their problems vanish into thin air with our software. At the beginning, we were able to convince mainly small craftsmen and SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises). But little by little, large companies also approached us and integrated our software. Today – after only two years – we also count big companies like Siemens, SodaStream, Bayer, Der Spiegel and several German cities among our satisfied customers.

Timly inventory software (c) Timly Software AG

Was it difficult to obtain funding?

We have to admit that we underestimated the topic of fundraising a bit at first. We thought we could somehow convince investors with our customers and our famous traction (note: traction is proof that acquired customers generate revenue). But it takes more than that, and the current market situation is not particularly favorable either. Investors are cautious and expect a solid presentation of the company’s KPIs, team and vision. Fortunately, thanks to Eva Baumann, our finance manager, we were able to adapt very quickly to the situation and secure our first pre-seed funding at the end of 2021. This has considerably accelerated our expansion and we have now grown to 15 employees.

What are the conditions like in Zurich as a place?

The start-up scene in Zurich is growing and motivating more and more people to start businesses as well. But in terms of internationality of founders and employees, the city is still far from cities like Berlin. It also still lacks that certain start-up image that would attract international companies en masse. Even if close trade relations exist, it should not be forgotten that Switzerland is not a member state of the EU. Success stories like the ON! or the meat substitute Planted and various spin-offs from ETH Zurich prove that it is nevertheless possible to create a start-up spirit that is certainly comparable to the first start-up scenes in Berlin or London. Google, for example, now operates one of its largest European locations in Zurich and is constantly recruiting developers from various universities in Switzerland.

Where would you like to be with Timly in five years? What is your ultimate goal?

We have already established ourselves well in the DACH region and are also already active in the UK. In five years, we want Timly to be the leading company in the fields of inventory management and maintenance management of equipment, machinery and factories in Europe.

What makes your inventory software better or different from existing things?

Tying employee capabilities to company inventory is unique in the market sector. User and role management makes it possible to individually define which employees should have access to the inventory created in Timly or to specific functions. Equally unique is the full range of management functions. The software has a modular structure, so that it can be flexibly adapted to different industry and company-specific needs. This allows us to optimally serve companies, regardless of their size or sector of activity.

Are you hiring?

We are currently looking for a second product owner, a front-end developer and international marketing and sales support. From the start, we have focused on the expertise of the team, so we are mainly looking for specialist candidates with experience in the respective fields.

Want to read more articles about startups? You can find more episodes of this series here.

]]>
RS Group Introduces RS Integrated Supply, Combining IESA and Synovos, to Create One Global MRO Supply Chain Solutions Company https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/rs-group-introduces-rs-integrated-supply-combining-iesa-and-synovos-to-create-one-global-mro-supply-chain-solutions-company/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/rs-group-introduces-rs-integrated-supply-combining-iesa-and-synovos-to-create-one-global-mro-supply-chain-solutions-company/ A global RS brand will deliver efficiency, sustainable value and scalability to its stakeholders around the world. LONDON, September 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — RS Group plc (LSE: RS1), a global omnichannel provider of product and service solutions, today announced the combination of its global maintenance, repair and operating (MRO) in one brand, Integrated power supply […]]]>

A global RS brand will deliver efficiency, sustainable value and scalability to its stakeholders around the world.

LONDON, September 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — RS Group plc (LSE: RS1), a global omnichannel provider of product and service solutions, today announced the combination of its global maintenance, repair and operating (MRO) in one brand, Integrated power supply RS.

Previously marketed under two separate brands – IESA and Synovos – the transition to RS Integrated Supply marks the first step in the Group’s transition to consolidate its operating brands under a strong and unified RS identity, delivering global efficiency, sustainable value and scalability. to its stakeholders.

RS Integrated Supply provides outsourced warehouse management and procurement services that drive sustainable productivity and reliability for MRO supply chains. Through its global operations, RS Integrated Supply serves multi-site industrial organizations across North AmericaGreat Britain, Europe and other global markets. The company has offices in Warrington, United Kingdomand Radnor, Pennsylvania.

Supply and storage solutions are built on advanced proprietary digital platforms that consolidate information and drive improvement. Standardized technology, platform integration, and streamlined services improve accessibility and efficiency, ensuring consistent quality across global organizations. The platforms provide predictive intelligence in addition to historical data, with reports and insights provided by data collection, cleaning and normalization.

Operational excellence, sustainability and continuous improvement are embedded in all processes and services, optimizing the end-to-end supply chain and the relationship between maintenance data, inventory, purchasing habits and consumption.

“Our transition to RS Integrated Supply brings the combined value of IESA and Synovos MRO solutions to organizations around the world,” commented Debbie Bowring, President, RS Integrated Supply. “As a single global brand, our digital supply and storage solutions and engineering skills deliver unmatched reliability, consolidation, standardization and total cost savings across the supply chain.

For more information on RS Integrated Supply, visit: www.rs-integratedsupply.com

About RS Group

RS Group plc (formerly Electrocomponents plc) is a leading global provider of omnichannel industrial product and service solutions for customers involved in the design, construction and maintenance of industrial equipment and operations, in a safe and sustainable. We stock over 700,000 industrial and electronic products, from over 2,500 leading suppliers, and provide a wide range of product and service solutions to over 1.2 million customers. With operations in 32 countries, we trade through multiple channels and ship over 60,000 packages daily.

We support our customers throughout the product life cycle, whether through innovation and technical support in the design phase, improving time to market and productivity in the construction phase, or reducing purchasing costs and optimizing stocks during the maintenance phase. We provide our customers with tailor-made product and service proposals that are essential to the smooth running of their business and save them time and money.

RS Group plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol RS1 and during the year ended March 31, 2022 reported revenue of £2,554 million.

For more information, please visit https://www.rsgroup.com/.

Editorial contact:
Lynn Webster Scott
Group PR Manager
[email protected]
+44 (0)7796 336499

Public relations agency contact:
Janice Fenton
Senior Account Manager
Publitek
[email protected]
+44 (0) 7774 725483

Further information is available via these links:
Twitter: @WeAreRSGroup; @RSdesignspark
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/wearersgroup/

SOURCE RS Group plc

]]>
Quit Engineering to Open NYC Bakery L’Appartement 4F https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/quit-engineering-to-open-nyc-bakery-lappartement-4f/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 13:15:01 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/quit-engineering-to-open-nyc-bakery-lappartement-4f/ When software engineer Gautier Coiffard, 34, told his mother he was quitting his job to open a bakery in Brooklyn, New York, she said, “That’s the last thing we need… another baker from France.” That was before L’Appartement 4F, the bakery he owns with his wife Ashley Coiffard, became an instant hit. The bakery opened […]]]>

When software engineer Gautier Coiffard, 34, told his mother he was quitting his job to open a bakery in Brooklyn, New York, she said, “That’s the last thing we need… another baker from France.”

That was before L’Appartement 4F, the bakery he owns with his wife Ashley Coiffard, became an instant hit. The bakery opened its storefront in May, immediately turned a monthly profit and now brings in up to $128,000 a month in revenue, according to documents reviewed by CNBC Make It.

“We had a line from the moment we opened, for hours and hours, until the very last croissant sold out,” Ashley, 33, told CNBC Make It.

Gautier and Ashley Coiffard opened the window of L’Appartement 4F in May. In June, the bakery brought in $128,000.

Gautier and Ashley Coiffard

The company is named after its humble roots. In early 2020, Gautier – originally from Grenoble, in southeastern France – was craving some authentic French croissants, so he started baking the pastries for himself and the couple’s friends.

At the time, Gautier and Ashley were working traditional 9-to-5 jobs: He was making $105,000 a year as a software engineer, and she was working at a mortgage company while studying for her nursing degree.

Leaving those jobs earlier this year to launch the business was not easy. Today, Ashley still works as a school nurse while managing the bakery’s marketing, social media and collaborations. Here’s how she and Gautier run their profitable bakery:

A place worthy of French pastry

Gautier’s first croissants didn’t exactly taste like a French treat.

“The first croissant he handed me tasted like a Pillsbury Doughboy croissant, nothing special,” Ashley says. “It was dense and thick…definitely not as light and airy as it is now.”

After trial and error, the croissants gradually began to look and taste better. Gautier says they perfected their recipe in February 2020, but when the Covid-19 pandemic hit weeks later, the couple decided to wait before selling the croissants.

In June 2020, they publish their first menu on Facebook and Instagram. Friends and subscribers were immediately interested, but earnings were modest: $150 a week, Ashley says.

Yet in the months that followed, news of the pastries spread. The company began to take over their home.

“Slowly the apartment started to turn into a bakery,” says Ashley. “We had flour for everything we had. We needed to get a storage unit so we could put our own things in a storage unit…because we needed to store baked goods, flour and sugar .”

Gautier, in the middle, and Ashley, on the right, at the opening of the bakery in May. Investors have reached out, but the couple still own 100% of the business, Ashley says. They want to focus on building the vision for the bakery and its community.

Creative Mudari

In April 2021, the couple won $10,000. Wanting to expand, they signed a 10-year lease in June 2021 for a storefront in the city’s Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. A Kickstarter campaign netted them $62,000 in funding to furnish the store. They also took out $49,000 in bank loans, borrowed $72,000 from neighbors and put extra expenses on their credit cards.

Today, the storefront features floor-to-ceiling windows, a chandelier, and vintage furniture — just like any French patisserie should.

French butter and other expenses

Gautier attests that the difference between his first croissants and his current ones is the practice. French ingredients help too.

In fact, they’re among the company’s biggest expenses: The couple spends about $37,000 a month on ingredients and other food-related costs. French butter costs $20 plus shipping for a two-pound sheet, compared to $15 for American butter.

“The butter and chocolate come from France and are certainly more expensive than if we were buying from here…but I really think it adds to the taste and shouldn’t be changed,” says Gautier.

Gautier rolling croissants for the bakery’s mini-croissants cereal, which sells for $50 a box. L’Appartement 4F also sells large croissants from $4 to $8 and bread from $5.50 to $12.

Gautier and Ashley Coiffard

Rent also adds up: Retail space in Brooklyn averages $3,200 a month, according to rental listings website Storefront. Between rent and payroll for their 20 employees, the couple pays $43,423 in fixed monthly expenses, plus an additional $3,539 in monthly credit card fees.

“We were very naive about what it actually takes to open a business,” Ashley says. “At the time, we thought we were crazy and delusional – but I think we had to be delusional to start our own bakery.”

However, L’Appartement 4F remains profitable. In June, the bakery’s highest-earning month so far, the couple took home $43,958, frequently selling their 1,500 to 2,000 daily baked goods. The couple want to open a second location, but only when the time is right.

“We want to grow very slowly and organically,” says Ashley. “We want to make sure everything we do is sustainable and serves the community that built us.”

Register now: Be smarter about your money and your career with our weekly newsletter

Don’t miss:

Cardiologist Shares 5 Foods She Eats to Lower Cholesterol and Keep Her ‘Heart Healthy’

31-year-old woman who quit her job and earns $15,000 a month recording voiceovers: I only work “3-5 hours a day”

]]>
Global Telecom Outsourcing Market Research Report to 2027 – Players include Calero Software, Cisco Systems, Cogneesol and CustomerServ – ResearchAndMarkets.com https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/global-telecom-outsourcing-market-research-report-to-2027-players-include-calero-software-cisco-systems-cogneesol-and-customerserv-researchandmarkets-com/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 16:45:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/global-telecom-outsourcing-market-research-report-to-2027-players-include-calero-software-cisco-systems-cogneesol-and-customerserv-researchandmarkets-com/ DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Telecom Outsourcing Market Research Report by Type, Application, Region – Global Forecast to 2027 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global telecommunications outsourcing market size was estimated to be USD 140.82 billion in 2021, USD 149.58 billion in 2022, and is projected to grow at […]]]>

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Telecom Outsourcing Market Research Report by Type, Application, Region – Global Forecast to 2027 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global telecommunications outsourcing market size was estimated to be USD 140.82 billion in 2021, USD 149.58 billion in 2022, and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.47% to reach USD 205.19 billion. 2027.

Competitive Strategy Window:

The strategic competitive window analyzes the competitive landscape in terms of markets, applications and geographies to help the vendor define an alignment or match between its capabilities and opportunities for future growth prospects. It describes the optimal or favorable fit for vendors to adopt successive strategies of merger and acquisition, geographic expansion, research and development, and new product introduction strategies to execute further business expansion and growth. during a forecast period.

FPNV positioning matrix:

The FPNV Positioning Matrix evaluates and ranks vendors in the telecommunications outsourcing market based on business strategy (business growth, industry coverage, financial viability, and channel support) and product satisfaction (value for money, ease of use, product features, and customer support) that helps businesses make better decisions and better understand the competitive landscape.

Market share analysis:

The market share analysis offers the analysis of the vendors considering their contribution to the overall market. It gives the idea of ​​its revenue generation in the overall market compared to other providers in the space. It provides information on the performance of vendors in terms of revenue generation and customer base compared to others. Knowing the market share gives an idea of ​​the size and competitiveness of suppliers for the reference year. It reveals the characteristics of the market in terms of accumulation, fragmentation, dominance and merger.

The report provides information about the following pointers:

1. Market Penetration: Provides comprehensive information about the market offered by major players

2. Market Development: Provides detailed information on lucrative emerging markets and analyzes penetration in mature market segments

3. Market Diversification: Provides detailed information on new product launches, untapped geographies, recent developments and investments

4. Competitive Assessment and Intelligence: Provides a comprehensive assessment of market shares, strategies, products, certification, regulatory approvals, patent landscape, and manufacturing capabilities of key players

5. Product Development and Innovation: Provides smart insights into future technologies, R&D activities, and breakthrough product developments

The report answers questions such as:

1. What is the market size and forecast of the global telecommunications outsourcing market?

2. What are the inhibiting factors and impact of COVID-19 on the global telecom outsourcing market during the forecast period?

3. What are the products/segments/applications/areas to invest in during the forecast period in the global telecom outsourcing market?

4. What is the competitive strategic window for opportunities in the Global Telecom Outsourcing Market?

5. What are the technology trends and regulatory frameworks in the global telecommunications outsourcing market?

6. What is the market share of the major vendors in the global telecom outsourcing market?

7. Which modes and strategic moves are considered suitable for entering the global telecom outsourcing market?

Market dynamics

Drivers

  • Growing need for management required in next-generation networks

  • Growing use of LTE and VoLTE

  • Growing demand for improved operational efficiency, security and agility in telecom business processes

Constraints

  • Risks related to cybersecurity and data loss

Opportunities

  • Rapid growth in mobile subscribers

  • Growing adoption of cloud services across businesses and industries and reducing operating costs

Challenges

  • Availability of open source telecom billing solutions

  • Instability due to dependence on outsourcing activity

Companies cited

  • Auditel, Inc.

  • Calero Software, LLC

  • Cisco Systems, Inc.

  • Cogneesol

  • CustomerServ, Ltd.

  • Ericsson Inc.

  • Febno Technologies

  • Fujitsu Ltd.

  • HCL Technologies Limited

  • Huawei Technologies Co.Ltd

  • IBM Corporation

  • IBN Technologies Ltd.

  • Informa PLC

  • Invensis Technologies Pvt Ltd

  • Juniper Networks, Inc.

  • Motorola Solutions, Inc.

  • NEC Corporation

  • Telnet, Inc.

  • Wipro Limited

  • ZTE Company

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/y765ql

]]>
ROBERT PAULSON LAUNCHES NEW EXECUTIVE COACHING SOLUTIONS https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/robert-paulson-launches-new-executive-coaching-solutions/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 20:45:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/robert-paulson-launches-new-executive-coaching-solutions/ * Response to changing business practices in a post-Covid era. Helps Clients Achieve Their Career Goals at Higher Levels* RIVERHEAD, NY, September 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — International Executive Coach Robert Paulson today launched new enterprise SOLUTIONS to meet the needs of executives in this changing business world. Robert Paulson, Executive Coach “Many business people are […]]]>

* Response to changing business practices in a post-Covid era. Helps Clients Achieve Their Career Goals at Higher Levels*

RIVERHEAD, NY, September 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — International Executive Coach Robert Paulson today launched new enterprise SOLUTIONS to meet the needs of executives in this changing business world.

“Many business people are experiencing widespread post-Covid stagnation. There are twists and turns in how professionals navigate the global business marketplace with new variables like managing and motivating remote workers, redesigning employee assessments or field tracking-related technology,” Paulson said. He added, “Now is the time to invest in your management, empowering you to be a more effective leader in this changing business landscape.”

Having been a successful executive coach for over a decade, Robert Paulson offers comprehensive conversational feedback plans for its clients, which include an in-depth 360-degree leadership training module for middle to senior managers, vice presidents, senior vice presidents, executive vice presidents, CEOs and the chief operating officers.

“I work with each client individually, listening and sharing peer feedback to create an exclusive plan for you to move forward in your career,” Paulson added.

Dan Ritchie, Learning Development Manager at H2M Architects, said: “I had no idea what to expect from Robert when I decided to take executive coaching with him. Robert made a few suggestions that took me out of my comfort zone and had a big impact on my life I will be recommending Robert as a secret weapon to my business leaders who need a personal business coach .

Robert Paulsoninternational executive coach, specializes in active listening and a results-oriented communication style developed on the principles of Dale Carnegie’s Modalities of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), and Marshall Goldsmith’s leadership methodologies. by Robert Paulson Dynamic hands-on coaching through conversational feedback plans produces effective leaders who are more successful and maintain top positions in their respective fields.

After a professional loss in finance that left Robert searching for a more meaningful path, Robert Paulson registered in Dale Carnegie coaching. Based on Dale Carnegie’s principles of interpersonal relationships, this philosophy provides an ethical practice on how positive thinking helps people feel and therefore succeed. With his own insights and experiences, Robert infuses his unique modalities to develop beneficial solutions.

Robert Paulson is available as a resource for business content writers, journalists, podcasters, and influencers to discuss management styles, changing business paradigms, and what makes a good leader, among other topics at how people perceive how they interact with others.

“I want to help other executives avoid losing career change opportunities that will improve their lives,” Paulson said. Robert Paulson can be found at www.RobertPaulson.coach.

THE SOURCE Robert Paulson Executive coach

]]>
Government receives 236 solutions under “Swashhata Startup Challenge” https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/government-receives-236-solutions-under-swashhata-startup-challenge/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 03:03:38 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/government-receives-236-solutions-under-swashhata-startup-challenge/ The government received a total of 236 solutions under the “Swashhata Startup Challenge”, launched by the Ministry of Urban Affairs in collaboration with Department for the Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) to promote an enabling environment for the development of startups and entrepreneurs in the waste management sector. Officials said a total of […]]]>

The government received a total of 236 solutions under the “Swashhata Startup Challenge”, launched by the Ministry of Urban Affairs in collaboration with

Department for the Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) to promote an enabling environment for the development of startups and entrepreneurs in the waste management sector.

Officials said a total of 236 solutions across four themes, including social inclusion, zero landfill (solid waste management), plastic waste management and transparency through digital enablement, were received, of which 30 solutions have been pre-selected.

Among the pre-selected solutions, the final list of 10 winners will be chosen by a jury. Winning applications under the challenge will be rewarded with seed funding of Rs 25 lakhs per project as well as one year of dedicated incubation support.

The Swachh Technology Challenge was launched by the Ministry of Urban Affairs on December 6, 2021, as part of Swachh Survekshan 2022. To further encourage the start-up ecosystem, the ministry has also launched a Swachhta Start-Up Challenge as the next step towards the technological Swachh Challenge on January 27, 2022.

Provisions have been made under Swachh Bharat Mission – Urban Guidelines 2.0 to encourage the adoption of innovative and cost-effective technological solutions and business models locally in sanitation and solid waste management by startups, through investments in Research and Design (R&D) and Facilitation in Government e-Market (GeM), to advance the government’s vision of an “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” and “Make in India”.

As a technological tool promoting cleanliness, the Swachhata app has become an important tool for citizens to have their grievances addressed by the relevant municipality. The revised version allows citizens to also have their Covid-related complaints repaired by their respective local urban bodies (ULB). The Swachhata app has a total of 2.08 crore users from all over the country.

]]>
Software recall for 80 Cruise self-driving vehicles updated after June collision https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/software-recall-for-80-cruise-self-driving-vehicles-updated-after-june-collision/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 13:12:56 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/software-recall-for-80-cruise-self-driving-vehicles-updated-after-june-collision/ Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com Cruise’s 80 autonomous vehicle (AV) software was recalled and updated following a collision involving one of its cars in June, according to recent documents filed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). ). The recall notice “pertains to an earlier version of software and does not affect or […]]]>

Cruise’s 80 autonomous vehicle (AV) software was recalled and updated following a collision involving one of its cars in June, according to recent documents filed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). ).

The recall notice “pertains to an earlier version of software and does not affect or change our current road operations,” a spokesperson for Cruise told FOX Business on Friday.

“Instead, the report explains how the Cruise AV reacted to an oncoming vehicle accelerating in the wrong lane, and how, through our normal course of continuous improvements, the Cruise AVs are even better equipped to prevent this singular and exceptional event.”

According to filings, the crash involving the self-driving cruiser and another car happened on June 3 in San Francisco.

ELON MUSK SAYS TESLA AIMING TO DEPLOY FULLY AUTONOMOUS CARS BY THE END OF THE YEAR

A GM Bolt EV is seen during a media event where Cruise, GM’s self-driving car unit, showcased its self-driving cars in San Francisco, November 28, 2017. (REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage/Reuters Photos)

While the Cruise AV was making an unprotected left turn, the “reflexive planner” safety feature of the older version of the autonomous driving system forced the vehicle to brake hard to avoid a predicted frontal collision with an oncoming vehicle. “traveling well over the speed limit in a restricted right-turn/bus-only lane,” the filings state.

The oncoming car collided with the Cruise AV’s “rear right panel” after the oncoming car “suddenly” exited the right-turn lane and drove through the intersection, documents say deposited. During the incident, the self-driving system had to “decide between two risk scenarios and choose the one that presented the least potential for a serious crash at the time,” Cruise determined, according to the documents.

Autonomous taxi cruise

According to filings, Cruise temporarily disabled unprotected left turns on its self-driving car fleet as a precaution after the crash. Cruise said a police report said the other vehicle was “the most at-fault party.” The majority-owned General Motors startup released a software update patch in early July and gradually reintroduced unprotected left turns thereafter.

DRIVERLESS CAR STARTUP ARGO AI TO LAY OFF 150 WORKERS

The recalled old software may not have “predicted correctly nor been responsive enough to the sudden change in course” of a road user in such “rare circumstances”, according to the filings. In more than 123,000 left turns unprotected by Cruise’s AVs before the software update, only one such incident occurred, Cruise said in the documents. The scenario “would not happen again” after the software update, Cruise said, according to the filings.

Cruise car on the street

After testing its self-driving cars in San Francisco for years, GM-owned Cruise now wants to build cars to transport people around Dubai. (Andrej Sokolow/dpa/Reuters Photos)

Cruise’s spokesperson told FOX Business that the company “submitted this voluntary filing in the interest of transparency to the public.” NHTSA suggested filing the recall notice was an appropriate mechanism to notify the public of the software update, Cruise said in the filings.

READ FOX BUSINESS ON THE ROAD BY CLICKING HERE

In June 2021, NHTSA issued a permanent blanket order that requires manufacturers and operators of self-driving vehicles to report all crashes involving self-driving vehicles to the agency.

]]>