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Intel staff cuts

… a fully integrated approach that gives our customers a single point of accountability that they appreciate and value.”

Movers & Shakers

RapidScale, a Cox Business company, continues to hire partner experience managers, including: Jason Hart, who is responsible for partnership development, partner relationship management, sales enablement and solution selling in the Mid-Atlantic region; and Christian Himmler, whose responsibilities include developing new partnerships, managing and leading existing partners, and building a winning partner experience in southern California.

Quick Bits

Altice Business has launched a managed Wi-Fi solution, Smart WiFi, targeted to SMBs. The product includes four access points and a marketing engine, customer management portal and full-service support.

The marketing engine provides data analytics and reporting to assist business owners in developing marketing campaigns and guest notifications to attract new customers and encourage repeat business. The portal enables management on any device for activity reporting and network configuration controls, giving an account administrator the ability to set schedules and monitor bandwidth, Altice said.

Craig Leddy is a veteran cable industry writer, speaker and market analyst, and a contributing analyst for Light Reading and Heavy Reading, with are Informa properties. Leddy founded Interactive TV Works, a media consultancy, to promote understanding of advanced digital services. He is a former editor of Cablevision magazine, senior analyst for The Myers Group and contributing editor for Multichannel News. He teaches the popular How Cable Works industry courses that include CTAM’s Advance Executive Education. He also founded and hosts the Interactive Case Competition, a leading case study contest for business students. Follow him on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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One comment

  1. Avatar Bobby Tidd July 10, 2019 @ 9:23 am

    Great branding opportunity! Really looking forward to it.

    Having said that, is there a way to do something similar with “Cox Wifi”. I bring up as every time I use, find it unusable. Have to switch from Cox Wifi, to my carrier service. (unless its my phone settings?) Know it maybe a technical challenge, but feel it doesn’t reflect our branding correctly. Perhaps a profile which initially gives higher tier value, and tapper off with time? This providing a better customer experience? Difficult dilemma.

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