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White Paper: Making the case for digital asset management in retail

White Paper

Ovum carried out a survey of retailers on behalf of DAM vendor WoodWing, to better understand retailers’ current practices and attitudes to the management of digital assets, as well as their understanding of DAM. In the survey, 250 retailers were interviewed via telephone, with an even split between the US and the UK. The retailers […]

White Paper: Global Broadband Experience Scorecards

White Paper

The Broadband Experience Scorecard project, designed and completed by Ovum, implemented a wide ranging and comprehensive program of research and analysis to develop deep insight into current fixed line broadband use by consumers in 30 countries. The survey specifically examined what applications consumers actually use, and crucially, what they thought of their broadband experience using […]

The Digital Communications Service Provider: Delivering Communications without Limits

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The telco and enterprise imperative to evolve their communications platforms means that the traditional messaging infrastructure vendors have reinvented themselves and their products: Moving from silos to multi-purpose modular platforms Transitioning their platforms to support IP-based communications Acquiring or developing technologies such as RCS and WebRTC Introducing new delivery models such as network functions virtualization […]

Transforming Asset Information Management

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For decades, the fragmentation of stakeholders and business processes throughout the asset lifecycle has created information siloes and applications in all asset-intensive industries. One of the problems is that the life expectancy of many assets is counted in decades, much longer than the IT systems that manage them.