Since early 2017, Numeracle has focused on raising awareness and creating solutions to address the unintended consequences resulting from the FCC Robocall Strike Force and subsequent introduction of call blocking and labeling technologies to the market. These initiatives were intended to stop fraudulent actors from delivering annoying, illegal and unwanted calls to consumers, but resulted in the unintended drop in contact rates for legal call originators around the world.
By working together with the top carriers (Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile), analytics companies like First Orion, TNS, and Hiya, and the developers of call blocking and labeling apps, we are able to provide visibility and control across the major stakeholders who have an effect on the way your calls are being presented to consumers to improve the accuracy of your call presentation.
By advocating on behalf of legal callers in the safety, security, financial, healthcare, utility, consumer goods, market research industries, and more, we are laying the foundation for wanted and critical calls to remain trusted in the call delivery ecosystem.
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Numeracle press releases, Ex Parte communications and reply comments to the FCC.