Flawless Today. Right for Tomorrow.

FALLING BEHIND VS. MOVING FORWARD

The NPAC decision might feel like a moment in time, but the consequences will be with us for the next ten years. We can choose to be still in the water or accelerate our path of innovation.

Big changes are happening as we speak. An accelerating transition to all-IP networks, an explosion of devices connected to the Internet of things – and behind it all consumers who are hungry for greater connection and personalization. We’ve helped the industry make great strides before, and we’re ready to do it again.


New Vendor Neustar
STEEP LEARNING CURVE
A new vendor would need to recreate 17 years of development and services within 15 months. Downtime and costly service issues related to transition hiccups, system outages and transaction errors are inevitable.
NONSTOP EXCELLENCE
Neustar continues to deliver increased performance and zero risk to telecom industry & customers. Something no other vendor can credibly claim.
INDUSTRY STAGNATION
During the entire NPAC transition—at least 15 months—innovation would be at a standstill. But more likely, the standstill would extend to 30 months. Any changes will cause even further delay.
INDUSTRY MOMENTUM
Aggressive investment and innovation efforts support our carriers’ most critical strategic priorities: IP Networks + New Services – “internet of things.”
CRISIS OF CONFIDENCE
100% of U.S. service providers could experience service interruptions and struggle with a migration. That means a loss of subscriber confidence, reduced brand perception and complaints to carriers and the FCC.
CUSTOMER CONFIDENCE
Neustar runs at a 99.999 percent success rate. Flawless doesn’t mean effortless. Neustar’s deep relationships, expertise and experience that customers enjoy make this possible.
CARRIER BURDENS
There’s a lot of downside to consider with making a switch including the combined losses in innovation, time, energy, brand loyalty and revenue. Each carrier will need to plan for a significant drain in each of these areas.
CARRIER BENEFITS
Relationships with carriers are made even stronger by delivering—and improving upon the same great scope and services—without disruption. No one can beat our portability capabilities, speed, scalability or know-how.