Network Orchestration and Service Economics
From the 1st – 3rd June the NG Telecoms Summit Latin America will bring together 60 senior decision makers and business leaders from across the region.
Across the telecoms sector customer experience and new technologies are becoming ever more important as markets mature and networks are placed under greater strain. Attending executives will be debating the impact that new technologies and processes are having in these area, and what effect they will have on the future of the telecoms industry.
Through essential business conversation and extensive networking the event aims to solve key business challenges around customer loyalty, new business models and network strategy.
The key themes of ‘The Customer Experience’, ‘Smart Data = Smarter Telecoms’ and ‘Infrastructure Innovation’ form the foundation of the event and permeate every layer of the content-rich program.
From case studies that lift the lid on operations inside leading telecoms organisations, to workshops and collaborative sessions that focus on real challenges and future technology innovations; the NG Telecoms Summit Latin America provides you with plenty of reasons to engage and network with industry peers.
Three Key Themes
The Customer Experience
What do customers really think of their network provider and what still needs to be done?
Smart Data = Smarter Telecoms
Leveraging subscriber data to increase loyalty and introduce new customer-centric services
LTE: where can service providers drive more revenue?
Attending Companies Include
Previous attending delegates discuss the advantages of attending the event.
“I feel that this Summit offered a uniquely valuable experience, based on the broad range of participants, and their senior roles in the organizations they represent. I was impressed that so many delegates were willing to honestly discuss their uses and challenges.”
Steve Hart, ViaSat
“The opportunity to network with peers during networking sessions, and certainly during the workshops provided a great use of time to discuss mutual challenges and opportunities we face.”
David Zahn, TelePacific Communications