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For more than 10 years ShareTracker has helped the communications industry keep score by consistently delivering highly accurate market share and FlowShare measurement across all fixed and mobile services. We are the largest U.S. market research company dedicated to telecom market share and FlowShare measure products and analytics, and the most nimble, flexible, efficient and fast.

With ShareTracker, you get the technology-based data
you must have to make mission critical decisions –

when you need it, how you need it

ShareTracker’s highly accurate approach to determining market share and how broadband, voice and video customers move between competitors and technologies is your gateway to immediately improve churn rates, increase product penetration and grow your net adds.

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ShareTracker’s actionable data gives you the information you need to make highly informed and strategic marketing, network planning and operational management mission critical decisions.

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Technology-based data and complex data analysis using the largest panels in the industry give you a lens into cross dimensional households and B2B views on technology migration and segmentation at a granular level.

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ShareTracker News

ShareTracker’s Friday Five – Tech News Roundup

July 24th, 2015|

Every week we scan headlines, tweets, RSS feeds and more to stay in-the-know on the latest and greatest news from the technology sector. Here’s our first “Friday Five,” a roundup of the stories that caught our eye this week.

Stay tuned for our next “Friday Five” and find us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Wild Robo-dialers Beware!

July 10th, 2015|

A couple days ago here at ShareTracker, we saw an article about a lawsuit against Time Warner Cable for placing 153 automated calls to the wrong person, resulting in an award to the victim of more than $200,000. We immediately realized that ShareTracker’s phone number activity measurement platform could have mitigated the likelihood […]