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Asia Briefs: Globe’s Mynt selects Amdocs, Thuraya joins LoRa Alliance & more

Globe’s Mynt selects Amdocs for fintech services Globe Telecom’s fintech subsidiary selected Amdocs to power …

Telefonica CIO talks up digital journey

LIVE FROM AMDOCS EXPERIENCE 2017, BERLIN: Phil Jordan, group CIO at Telefonica, reflected on how the …

Microsoft furthers industry call for operator attitude change

LIVE FROM AMDOCS EXPERIENCE 2017, BERLIN: Microsoft is the latest software player to claim a …

Industry urged to act now on VR

LIVE FROM AMDOCS EXPERIENCE 2017, BERLIN: Virtual reality offers a “new language” for content providers, …

Create more meaningful relationships with Amdocs Digital

Advertorial: Amdocs Digital has just launched its latest amusing and engaging film and mini site about …

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XL contracts Amdocs to deploy financial services platform

XL Axiata, Indonesia’s fourth largest operator, awarded Amdocs a seven-year deal to deploy and operate …

Amdocs urges operators to offer mobile money services

LIVE FROM AMDOCS AMERICAS SUMMIT, ORLANDO: Operators can “leverage their assets” – such as relations with operators worldwide, as well as huge amounts of data collected about consumer behaviour – to offer financial services, according to Jonathan Kaftzan, Director, Mobile Financial services, Marketing at Amdocs.

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Telefonica sees digital transformation as “terrifying” but “urgent”

LIVE FROM AMDOCS AMERICAS SUMMIT, ORLANDO: Phil Jordan, CIO Telefonica, discussed how the operator is working towards digitalisation across 15 countries.

Amdocs warns operators: sharpen up for Generation Z

LIVE FROM AMDOCS AMERICAS SUMMIT, ORLANDO: Having discussed Generation C (anyone who is connected, regardless of age) on day one, day two saw conversation turn to Generation Z – those born in or after 1998, the same year Google was born.

IoT is “killer app” of big data – Amdocs

LIVE FROM AMDOCS AMERICAS SUMMIT, ORLANDO: The Internet of Things (IoT) is not just a derivative of data but is the equivalent of a “killer app” of big data, a big topic of discussion at the Amdocs summit, according to Matt Roberts, director, product marketing, big data and strategic innovation.