Syniverse Chief Marketing Officer Mary Clark was named to the Hot Topics 2016 ‘B2B Tech Marketing100’ list that recognizes the 100 most influential business and technology marketing leaders in North America. The list is voted on by senior business leaders within the technology industry.
Syniverse was shortlisted for the Loyalty and Engagement Awards: Mobile E&L Scheme for enabling customers of Western Union to easily interact with the financial institution right from their mobile device. By leveraging Syniverse’s Mobile Engagement solution, Western Union was able to boost participation in its loyalty rewards program by allowing its banking customers to use text messaging to receive balance notifications and to redeem loyalty points.
As Chief Marketing Officer of Syniverse, Mary Clark was named to the National Diversity Council’s list of ‘50 Most Powerful Women in Technology’ for her professional achievements that encourage women to pursue their passion in business. Each year, the National Diversity Council recognizes the 50 most prominent leaders in technology that have reached the top of their professions, are effective leaders in their organizations, and inspire others to succeed while contributing to business growth.
Syniverse CMO Mary Clark has been named to Mobile Marketer’s list of ‘Mobile Women to Watch’ for 2016. The list highlights the top 25 women in the industry who are thriving in their roles to anticipate and exceed consumers’ expectations through mobile-driven engagement strategies.
Syniverse Chief Marketing Officer Mary Clark is named to the Global Telecoms Business list of “50 CMOs to Watch” for role her role in helping operators and brands find new revenue streams from global roaming and sponsored data opportunities.
Syniverse won the Best Network Technology Innovation award and was shortlisted for the Best IPX Exchange at the Global Carrier Awards in Paris in recognition of its IPX Network Solution, which makes international LTE and VoLTE roaming possible for mobile operators, subscribers and network providers. Over the past 10 years, the Global Carrier Awards have become some of the biggest and most prestigious awards events in the wholesale telecoms calendar.
Syniverse was shortlisted for the Telecoms.com Pushing Mobile Limits award in recognition of the Syniverse IPX, which has reach to more than 6 million mobile devices around the world.
United Way Suncoast named Syniverse to its 2015 Most Generous Workplaces list for our employees’ commitment to helping everyone have the opportunity for a better life.
The Tampa Bay chapter of the Public Relations Society of America recognized Syniverse with a PRestige Award for its 2015 Mobile World Congress campaign that centered on intelligent roaming opportunities for operators. The campaign combined first-hand consumer market research with economic modeling to create a compelling business case that provided operators with insights into new revenue-driving opportunities.
In the past year, Syniverse CEO Steve Gray has been appointed to the Global Telecoms Business (GTB) Power100 list, which includes the most powerful, influential people in the telecommunications industry. Steve was selected for his crucial role in leading three significant industry firsts in the past year – the first domestic LTE roaming launch in the United States, the world’s first transoceanic VoLTE roaming call, and the world’s first commercial VoLTE roaming service.
The Syniverse IPX network was shortlisted for the LTE Asia Awards – Best Roaming Product – for its 4G roaming capabilities that have significantly advanced the mobile markets of Asia. As a fully managed, multi-service data roaming and monetization solution, the network reduces costs at both operator and subscriber levels by providing the greatest market reach and access to solutions via a single platform.
Syniverse Chief Marketing Officer Mary Clark was named as a “Women to Watch” by FierceWireless for her dedication to supporting women in the wireless industry and key role in driving Syniverse's strategic vision to help grow the company's consulting services and LTE strategy.
Syniverse was named as a Telecoms World Middle East Awards finalist in the Best Network Infrastructure category for its IPX innovation that provides advanced connectivity for operators in the region including, VIVA Bahrain, Ooredoo Qatar and Saudi Telecom Company. These operators are able to gain access to Syniverse’s portfolio of LTE-supported solutions and global operator customer base through a single connection to the IPX network. The network provides entire solution sets to meet individual mobile network operator needs, including 3G and LTE roaming, real-time intelligence, messaging, and fraud protection.
With one in four travelers booking trips via smartphones, Syniverse launched its Enterprise Mobile Messaging Service to enable companies to better serve their customers and employees via mobile devices. The solution was recognized as a finalist for the CTIA’s 2015 MobITS awards under the category of ‘Mobile Solutions Provider of the Year’ for its ability to enable Concur, the leading provider of spend management, to increase reliability for mobile message delivery to business travelers anytime, anywhere and on any device. With the solution, Concur is able to provide companies with an automated, enterprise-wide solution to send messages in real-time to travelers.
The Syniverse IPX was recognized at the 2015 LTE Awards as the Best Roaming Solution as a result of providing the greatest direct reach and widest portfolio of solutions available from a single platform.
Syniverse Chief Marketing Officer Mary Clark was included in the Hot Topics list of 100 most innovative CMOs in the world, joining global brands like Cisco, Google, IBM, SAP, Apple and Coca Cola. The list recognizes CMOs that are trailblazers in the use of new technologies; embrace technology at the heart of their marketing strategies; and have made a significant impact on their companies.
For the eighth consecutive year, Syniverse was honored by Global Telecoms Business (GTB) for its innovative projects in the telecommunication industry. This year Syniverse was recognized for launching the first domestic LTE roaming service in the U.S., in collaboration with GCI, Alaska's largest telecom company, and a Tier 1 operator. In delivering these services for the two operators, Syniverse helped improve roaming experiences and significantly increased subscriber usage in the months after launching LTE roaming.
Syniverse was shortlisted as Best MVNO Enabler at the 2015 MVNOs World Congress for its significant impact in facilitating the development of business solutions that enable the Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) market.
Syniverse Chief Marketing Officer Mary Clark is named to the Global Telecoms Business list of “50 CMOs to Watch” for her critical role in Syniverse’s acquisitions of MACH and Aicent and her leadership in launching Syniverse’s Enterprise and Intelligence Solutions brand, which allows mobile operators to monetize subscriber data by making it available for enterprises.
United Way named Syniverse to its 2014 Most Generous Workplaces list for our employees’ commitment to helping everyone have the opportunity for a better life.
Syniverse CEO Steve Gray was named to the Global Telecoms Business (GTB) Power100, which recognizes the most powerful, influential people in the telecommunications industry. GTB recognized Steve at number 54 for his leadership in the telecommunications industry. Steve serves as an Operating Executive with the Carlyle Group and as chairman and on the board of directors for numerous organizations. As Syniverse CEO, Steve will continue the development of Syniverse’s mobile context exchange, which gives operators the ability to turn information traversing networks into actionable insights for brands to better deliver personalized user experiences.
Syniverse was recognized with a Phoenix Award in the global communications category from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Georgia Chapter, for seizing the $11.9 billion mobile context opportunity in Asia.
NimbusNinety’s Ignite Awards recognizes Syniverse as the winner of the Mobile Innovation Award in honor of its collaboration with MasterCard to mitigate fraud by leveraging the geolocation of a cardholder’s mobile device. The awards celebrate disruptive innovation in a customer-first world.
Powered by the Mobile Intelligence Portal, Syniverse’s fraud prevention solution won two of this year’s SESAMES Awards for Trusted Internet/Authentication and Retail/Loyalty. This opt-in solution is a collaboration with MasterCard to leverage the geolocation of a cardholder’s mobile device to authorize payment transactions.
Syniverse and Samsung’s collaboration to create a first-of-its kind Wi-Fi roaming solution in Indonesia has been recognized by the Wireless Broadband Alliance as the Best Next Generation Wi-Fi Application. The collaboration led to the co-development of S Air, which is the industry’s first OEM preinstalled Wi-Fi application, which enhances the experience of owning a Samsung device by making Wi-Fi easy to find, connect to and use.
Syniverse was recognized as an E-Tech award winner for “Location and Proximity Services” for its partnership between MasterCard that gives financial institutions the ability to compare credit card transaction locations with their cardholders' mobile device location to reduce false positives, assure payments and improve customer satisfaction.
Syniverse was selected as this year’s CCA Associate Member Annual Achievement Award winner for its involvement with local and national charities and encouragement of employees to stay involved through community service, material contributions or monetary donations.
Syniverse’s launch of the Syniverse Customer Support Center in Costa Rica received a 2014 Gold Quill Merit Award in the External Special Events category within the Communication Skills division. The Gold Quill Awards is the International Association of Business Communicators’ (IABC) premier program recognizing and fostering excellence in the field of business communications worldwide
For a seventh consecutive year, Syniverse was honored by Global Telecoms Business (GTB) alongside customer KPN with a 2014 GTB Innovation Award in the Business Service Innovation category. Syniverse’s Direct Operator Billing solution was recognized for enabling KPN to roll out simple, secure payments, which enhanced the end-user experience while also introducing a new revenue stream.
Syniverse was recently honored by The Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces, recognizing the top 100 best places to work in the Tampa Bay area. Syniverse received a No. 19 ranking in the Large Business category, which includes those companies with more than 500 employees in the region. Rankings were based solely on employee opinions, which were collected through a survey conducted by a third party.
In 2014, Syniverse’s Senior Industry Relations Director Christer Gullstrand received a recognition award from the GSM Association for his contributions as a delegate to the Billing Accounting and Roaming Group (BARG), providing operators immense insight into Roaming Agreement Exchange (RAEX) Inter Operator Tariff (IOT).
Syniverse was selected as a finalist in the Best Solution Vendor category of the 2nd Annual International MVNO Industry Awards. Designed to champion success and celebrate excellence in the MVNO industry, the award will be presented at MVNOs World Congress on April 9.
Syniverse’s Data Clearing House product garnered the top honor of Data Clearing Provider of the Year in ROCCO Roaming Surveys, an annual survey that allows mobile operators to provide their candid opinions of DCH and FCH providers.