Redmill Marketing Associates has a long track record of success in marketing technology products and services. We understand the business end of technology marketing and have a detailed knowledge of the market, the technologies and the trends that matter. We specialise in turning complex technical features into innovative marketing campaigns.
Our team has more than thirty years' experience and has been involved in all aspects of the industry. We started with SS7 and today, we're helping our customers prepare for 5G, understand 'smart-everything' and transition to the 'as-a-Service' world. When you work with us, you’ll be working with a team that understands your business.
So, whether you need market analysis, a product strategy or just need a little help with creating something special, we can help with:
We're a full service team, with unique domain knowledge. We like a challenge and have a confident, enthusiastic approach. Our team includes expert consultants, analysts, marketers, copywriters and designers.
We cover a broad range of topics within the industry such as: service innovation; CEM and Policy Control; smart digital services and the IoT; IMS and associated applications; infrastructure, such as signalling, messaging and session control; OSS; and B2B services. We're currently active in:
Our portfolio spans international and national markets, serving customers from around the world - ranging from startups to globally established businesses with operations in multiple countries. Take a look at some of our recent projects.
Apologies in advance to our many highly-valued international readers, but this post definitely needs a Union Jack running over it. We’ll start by telling you why, quoting the body that works on behalf of the Queen to protect our national cyber security:
For thousands of years, and probably from not long after the end of the last Ice Age 12,000 years ago, a major track connected the Celts in the far South with their cousins in the North. By the time of the Roman Conquest, the British were still using this route; recognising its utility, legionnaires soon paved it and called it Ermine Street, using it to connect their capital, Londinium, with their far-off bases in Lincoln (Lindum Colonia) and York (Eboracum). Later, the English called it the Old North Road; and our A1 largely follows the same route. That’s continuity in infrastructure for you.
One broadband operatore to rule them all? Rome’s attempt to build a national broadband service in a day. Reports on possible Italian state intervention raises less than comfortable memories of Blunders down Under and under-priced manifesto offers.