Ooh..our i-AZM module is kind of a big deal. Our marketing team doesn’t do a good enough job, in my opinion, of touting its value and benefits. But, it really is impressive! As most of you probably know, the EU imposed this whole new pricing paradigm whereby origination
First, let me say that we always do cool things. I mean, this is interconnect voice. What could be cooler than that? iPhone..Schmiphone. Snapchat? Boring. Tesla? I had electric cars when I was a little girl. Drones? So what!
Nice. That’s an insightful question. Look, we are experts on some things and not experts on other things. We are not experts on mobile voice. We are not experts on the consumer marketplace. We are experts at interconnect voice.
Hmmm. Not exactly sure how to respond to this one. While of course everyone touts their scalability and reliability as important components of their interconnect voice solution, how many actually can deliver on it?
Our reporting rocks... Stone. Cold. Rocks! You want to know what makes it so special? Well, I’ll tell you. It is because it’s fast. BLAZING fast.
Oh. Oh my. Umm…as Tom Hanks said in that movie Apollo 13, “Houston, we have a problem”. If the answer to “what is the importance of code based routing and rating?” is still unknown, then we do have a problem.
Whoa…very insightful question. I’d like to say that carriers do pretty much everything well, but that wouldn’t be totally accurate. Don’t get me wrong, carriers do a lot of stuff right.
You sly dogs! That’s a good question. We always talk about our scalability & reliability and, of course, our speed, but those are only tangible if you have used a platform that is unreliable, doesn’t scale well, or operates slow (of which there are a lot of you). Something that GCS does really, really well is our rating process.
GCS is in the business of interconnect voice. We live and breathe this stuff all day, every day (exciting lives we lead, right?). So, rate management/administration is an important part of interconnect voice operations.
Ooh. Okay. This is an interesting topic for me. I have seen repeated instances of it and it kind of makes me scratch my head. The idea behind this is that a carrier that is proficient in interconnect voice offers to perform some, most, or even all of the interconnect voice operations for a carrier and charge them just a “small” per minute or per month management fee.
Oooh..that’s a toughy! We all know where voice has been. Voice used to be a great, highly lucrative business. Today it’s a tough, low-margin, high volume business.
Whoa, now that is an “inside” baseball question! As we all know, or at least, should know by now, the Origination Based Pricing that was enacted by the EU for EU based countries is in full effect.
Nice question. Well, we get lots of carriers asking us lots of questions about specific features that we have, don’t have, or are planning to have. Some are really great questions. Some questions, let’s just say, they are, in a word, “wacky”.
This industry is just full of really smart people. I love getting these questions because it forces me to think about it. It’s actually a tough question to answer specifically.
Boy, are you guys just great at asking questions that stir the mind and challenge the prevailing thinking. We just have the smartest customers.
Holy Schmokes! That’s a big question or questions. I like to pretend I have insight into the future and can predict what’s going to happen, but sheezus…that’s a challenging question.
You guys ask such good questions! So, here at GCS, we think it does or could with minor adjustments, but we haven’t yet found a carrier who wanted to engage with us to explore that fully. SMS shares a lot of similarities to voice.
You know, this is a great question and one that we answer based on both quantitative and qualitative planes. See, quality at the interconnect voice level, is a little different than quality at the subscriber level.
Wha, wha, what? Are you asking me why Big Data is such a Big deal in our ICP solution? That’s a good question and one I probably should have answered a lot sooner!
Okay, that’s an easy one. Which tip should I choose? Should I explain to you how we can help you improve your margins by focusing on network yield? Should we discuss how we can help you manage short duration calling?