Tech Leaders Make a Bold Statement, Predicts These Companies Will Undoubtedly Fail in Three Years or Less

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Previously Published to News Break One year into the pandemic and our world is becoming the ultimate ghost town. We’re seeing a massive exodus from the West Coast, businesses closing doors, and workers being laid off in numbers from those that had never been laid off before. Tech says there’s an app for that but so many fail to listen! In an annual Kong survey, more than 400 senior technology decision-makers were polled across a broad range of US and European industries, the general consensus was that if businesses refused to modernize, they’d be next to be featured in the Smithsonian. According to the 2021 Digital Innovation Benchmark report, 51% of tech leaders expect a majority of businesses to go under, or be acquired, by 2024. These leaders went so far as to state that companies lagging in digital innovation may live only three years — and, that’s if they rush to do something now. In fact, nearly 89% of respondents went on to explain that by creating new digital experiences, businesses could easily combat the challenges faced by the pandemic and that these interests should serve as critical to their organization going forward. In 2020, only 75% of respondents […]

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Telefonica and Juniper Networks Enforce Rich Content Delivery Through New Infrastructure Delivery

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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED TO TMC NET’S NFVZONE Content providers strive to provide the best experience to the end-user. This means speed, resolution and easy access to on-demand content. As content gets bigger, bulkier and part of larger conglomerate of in-demand content, there is often a sacrifice in load times, the amount of content that can be displayed at once and even the availability of content from time to time. Last week, Telefónica Spain joined forces with Juniper Networks, yet again, to combat the disruptions we often face in content consumption across several channels and platforms. This partnership aims to rollout a new solution in support of enhanced delivery of rich content and cloud-servicing. Telefónica, service provider to over 329M customers around the world, teams up with Juniper Networks in transforming the current Fusíon Network infrastructure to provide better services to clients through television, high speed Internet and mobile services from a single IP network. The companies aim to better serve enterprises, providing rich cloud services, as well. One focus of interest is providing better inter-connectivity to content providers, content delivery networks and data centers, who rely on such systems to work seamlessly and without interruption. There is nothing worse than losing […]

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BrightFunnel to Teach Sales Teams a $6 Million Lesson on Marketing ROI

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Previously Published to TMC Net’s MadMarketer BrightFunnel, a company that offers businesses actionable insight into marketing tactics, recently raised $6 million in capital to educate its sales teams on the importance of marketing and its return on investment. “Marketing is from Mars, sales is from Venus,” comments Nadim Hossain, CEO of Bright Funnel. “They’re not speaking the same language. We help provide a common language, by translating every marketing touch into a dollar of revenue; and using that to predict a future state.” For businesses to excel under such pressure, it is necessary to understand the sales funnel. It’s necessary to understand how every movement in the process can affect or effect sales. Hossain explains why sales teams could benefit from the understanding of analytics and how sales could become easier, simply by understanding a customer’s archetype and consumption habits. “Some of the research steps in the buying process become more automated and scalable,” states Hossain, “This requires new content, new uses of channels and new ways to measure the results.” Thus, BrightFunnel has developed a solution that offers in-depth analysis through “multi-touch” points of the sales funnel, including traffic acquisitions for e-commerce, strategic partnerships, offline and online events, syndicated […]

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