an Francisco (PRWEB) November 15, 2013 –NativeX announced today that is has been recognized by this year’s Fierce Innovation Awards: Telecom Edition, a unique operator-reviewed awards program from the publishers of FierceWireless, FierceTelecom, and FierceCable. NativeX received top honors in the B/OSS category and Session Creation, Orchestration, & Delivery category.
Jason Nelson, Publisher of FierceWireless, FierceTelecom, and FierceCable, says, “The Fierce Innovation Awards celebrate the companies who are on the cutting edge of innovation in the wireless, wireline and advanced TV and network sectors of our industry. We were once again overwhelmed by the number and the quality of the applications we received.”
Winners were selected by an exclusive carrier-only panel of executives from AT&T, Cablevision System Corporation, Comcast, Cox Communications, MetroPCS, Rogers Communications, TeliaSonera International Carrier, and Verizon. Full profiles of the judges can be found here.
Judges evaluated submissions based on the following criteria: technology innovation, financial impact, market validation and end-user customer experience.
NativeX is being recognized for its innovative, industry-leading product, Carrier Branded Mobile Error Handling which is an application that provides Carriers with a unique opportunity to engage with customers and improve the mobile browsing user experience. It is a DNS error handling solution that combines Yahoo!’s search results with Carriers branding to offer a better customer experience. Instead of directing customers to a dead-end error page when they misspell a website, NativeX’s application redirects them to a Carrier branded search results page, offering an alternate method for getting to their desired webpage. Customers view the Carrier as a problem solver, improving brand perception and trust. Carriers can also engage with or upsell subscribers, all while earning revenue from the Yahoo! search feed.
“We are thrilled to be honored by the Fierce Innovation Awards for our best-in-class carrier solution,” said Rob Weber, SVP and Co-Founder of NativeX. “This is just the beginning. We are always looking to push the envelope so expect big things from us in the future.”