The new year is always a promising time for fresh starts. However, more often than not events of the coming year are consequential to what happened during the passing one. That is why we can project which paths the industry is going to take by looking back at 2020 and analyzing the current state of the market. Equipped with this knowledge, companies can see what they need to do to stay relevant more clearly.
After some research and reflection, MaxBill compiled a list of four main trends that are going to be hot in the telecommunication industry in 2021 and suggested a route of action based on them. It looks like we are going to witness further development and wider implementation of such technologies as 5G and AR, deeper research of AI and ML capabilities and use cases for them, new partnerships between IT and telco blossoming, and other exciting progress. It will create new opportunities as well as the pressing demand for process and hardware updates, with virtualization being on everyone’s mind.
Discover more about all of the above in the MaxBill datasheet, and be ready for everything the new year has in store for telecommunication providers.
The Senior Product Owner Alina Bilodid talks about her professional journey at MaxBill, discloses the tried ways to keep enthusiasm fresh and clients happy, and gives some advice to newcomers.
The utility industry has felt pressure to undergo a digital transformation for a long time now, and with the recent COVID-19 pandemic, it only became more apparent. In this article for Energy Central, Rost Bitterlikh talks about using data gathered by utilities, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) creatively.
2020 is almost over and we are all excited to see what 2021 has to offer. MaxBill researched the current state of the gaming market to discover the most important routes the industry is going to take and put together a comprehensive datasheet.
It is predicted that eSports will earn $1.7 billion in 2021. Also, it is expected for the term “eSport” to disappear, as gaming events will become an organic part of the sports culture. This development is reflected in the number of wagers placed on these events and discussions held around them. However, there are still some nuances in this sector to explore deeper.
Alexandra Ovcharenko, the person behind the MaxBill award-winning product design, talks about her career path as the UX Business Analyst and shares her sources of inspiration.
The COVID19 pandemic has changed the world – for better or worse. It is our responsibility to foresee the possible consequences of these changes for each industry and plan the appropriate measures to support companies there. Today, we looked into the state of renewables and considered the possible solutions to help this sector evolve.
In this article, Konstantin Dolgushin, Vladimir Penkov, Val Morozov, and Rost Bitterlikh share the recent case of developing a churn prediction model for one of MaxBill’s partners to improve customers’ experience and increase their loyalty.
Let’s review the major influences and nuances of the utility industry we have discovered while researching the Nordic market. With the assistance of our partners Lars Enström and Carsten Korgaard, we have identified two main drivers for digital transformation in the region.