United Kingdom : Orange Customers To Enjoy Bonus Data On International Calls [tendersinfo (india)]

Fitch Downgrades United Kingdom to ‘AA+’; Outlook Stable

Attendees will experience the power of Customer Experience Management and how, as a key component of OpenText’s Enterprise Information Management (EIM) strategy, it helps to link departments across enterprise organizations to harmonize brands and communications across all customer channels from web and social through to customer call centres and finance. Hosted by OpenText Chief Marketing Officer Kevin Cochrane, Ignite the Experience will include special guest speakers, social media gurus and industry luminaries from today’s leading digital agencies. OpenText customers from a variety of industries will also be on hand to share their experiences and best practices in leveraging CEM solutions to expand their brand. “To engage audiences effectively, today’s strategic marketers understand the importance of delivering compelling experiences that are relevant, current and consistent across multiple channels, especially with the high demands in mobile experience, social engagement, and video-based communication. OpenText’s CEM suite delivers an enterprise solution that helps users create and manage compelling content across all organizational, customer-centric touch points,” said Cochrane. “I am very excited about our London event and look forward to engaging with the key customers, partners and thought leaders in Europe, which represents a key market for OpenText CEM.” OpenText has built a strong reputation for delivering best-in-class solutions that many of the world’s largest global organizations have leveraged for maximizing the effectiveness of their digital interactions with customers, setting their businesses apart from competition, and inspiring loyalty in their brand. The latest innovations being unveiled by OpenText at the Ignite the Experience event will include: OpenText Tempo Social 8.3, an out-of-the-box social collaboration solution with enterprise-grade security, compliance and customization capabilities that allows you to put social in the flow of work, unlike many of the consumer and competitive technologies that simply offer social as yet another siloed destination. The latest version of Tempo Social helps users to blog directly from Microsoft Word, upload photos from a new personal photo library, and view their social applications on mobile devices. Extended visual features also help to make social interaction with friends, colleagues and other social connections much easier. (c) 2013 Euclid Infotech Pvt. Ltd. Provided by Syndigate.info an Albawaba.com company

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The same rate will also apply for the United Kingdom s fixed network. The international call bundles offer also comes with free bonus data on the bundle purchased. The offer will give Orange pre-paid customers across the country increased talk time with family, friends and business partners at affordable rates. Company CEO, Mickael Ghossein, says the company is committed to delivering even better rates for its customers, allowing them to save on cost, talk more for less and also access the Internet more affordably. We are constantly tailoring our offers with our customers in mind and aim to deliver more value and satisfaction to them, as evidenced by this call rate offer that is the lowest in the market, says Ghossein. To activate the offer, Orange subscribers top up from KSh 100, they then dial #123#, select option 3 for offers and select option 3 again for international bundles. Each bundle has a 30 day validity period from the date of purchase. Once the bundle is over, the subscriber needs to purchase another bundle as this offer is not renewed automatically. If not, any international call made thereafter will be charged at the existing Pay-As-You-Go rates, which vary from country to country. In addition, the offer that runs up until December 15, 2013, also comes with free access to Wikipedia and Facebook Zero. Recently, Orange was rated as having the cheapest prepaid product among the country s four mobile operators. This announcement, through a study done by Research ICT Africa, commissioned by the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), showed that in the second quarter of 2013, the company s retail basket stood at KSh 242.00, compared to KSh 363.60 for Safaricom, KSh 290.64 for Airtel Kenya and KSh 313.01 for yuKenya. (c) 2013 Euclid Infotech Pvt.

United Kingdom : OpenText Turns Up the Heat on Customer Experience Management at London Event [TendersInfo (India)]

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However, given the ongoing economic downturn it is a sign of fresh meat’s continuing popularity among British consumers that the decline was not significant. Vegetarianism did not grow to any significant extent in 2012 and, while people may still be looking for the cheaper cuts of meat, meat itself remains popular, although it is too… Euromonitor International’s Meat in United Kingdom report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data in volume terms 2008-2012, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market – be they new product developments, consumption patterns and distribution data. Forecasts to 2017 illustrate how the market is set to change. Product coverage: Beef and Veal, Lamb, Mutton and Goat, Other Meat, Pork, Poultry. Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data. Reasons to Get This Report – Get a detailed picture of the Meat market; – Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change; – Understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands; – Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop. About Fast Market Research Fast Market Research is an online aggregator and distributor of market research and business information. Representing the world’s top research publishers and analysts, we provide quick and easy access to the best competitive intelligence available.

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The Stable Outlook on the UK’s sovereign ratings reflects the following factors. – Under Fitch’s baseline economic and fiscal scenario, which assumes a continued policy commitment to reducing the underlying budget deficit and medium-term annual growth potential of 2%-2.25%, government debt gradually falls as a share of national income in the latter half of the decade. – The long average maturity of public debt (15 years) – the longest of any high-grade sovereign -exclusively denominated in local currency and low interest service burden implies a higher level of debt tolerance than many high-grade peers. – The international reserve currency status of sterling and the ability and willingness of the Bank of England to intervene in the UK government debt market largely eliminates the risk of a self-fulfilling fiscal financing crisis. – The gradual improvement in the UK banking sector’s capital and liquidity position has further reduced contingent liabilities arising from this sector. The UK’s ‘AA+’ rating is underpinned by its high-income, diversified and flexible economy as well as a high degree of political and social stability. The monetary policy framework as well as sterling’s international reserve currency status afford the UK a high degree of financial and economic policy flexibility. Strong civil and policy institutions and a high degree of transparency enhance the predictability of the business and economic policy environment that compares favourably with peers in the ‘AA’ category. Weak economic performance and growth prospects, relatively high levels of private and foreign as well as public debt, along with sizeable twin fiscal and current account deficits, are weaknesses relative to rating peers. RATING SENSITIVITIES The Stable Outlook indicates a less than 50% chance of a change in the UK sovereign ratings over the next two years. The main factors that could lead to a negative rating action, individually or collectively, are: – Failure to stabilise the government debt to GDP ratio over the medium term. – Increased threat to macro-financial stability, for example arising from an intensification of the eurozone crisis or an erosion of confidence in the UK’s policy commitment to price stability. The main factors that could lead to a positive rating action, individually or collectively, are: – Stronger economic recovery and rebalancing of the UK economy than currently forecast.