News : Push Science New Telecom Council Member
Mountain View, CA, USA, August 11, 2014 -- The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley announces that Push Science will join 120 of the telecommunication’s innovation community’s influencers as a Telecom Council Member. The partnership will provide Push Science with a platform to influence the next generation of industry advancements, discover innovative technologies, and build partnerships with other companies in telecom.
The Telecom Council welcomes Push Science to the innovation community. "The objective of the Council is to connect decision makers from companies building and maintaining networks with decision makers from companies innovating new products and services for those networks," said Liz Kerton, President of The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley. "It’s with that objective in mind, that we’re honored to continue to include companies like Push Science which promotes innovative ideas and leadership both behind their corporate firewall and across the telecom industry."
Push Science builds cloud-based software that enables a telco’s front-line agents to create experiences across all customer touch points. Their solutions provide sales and support capabilities through intuitive mobile interfaces, and feature patented technology that allows agents to deliver service in brand new ways.
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About Push Science:
Push Science enables the “Apple Store” experience for telecom retailers. Their customer management solutions allow a telcos’ front-line agents to deliver exceptional customer experiences. The software runs on all popular mobile platforms, mobile web, and desktops, and is extendible to other touch points including call center, self-care, and kiosk. Push Science’s cloud-based solutions are deployed in a matter of weeks, with minimal IT involvement, and are currently launching in tier 1 telco dealer stores in Canada.
Published: Tuesday, August 12, 2014