Communications Review

Message from the editor

If telecom operators are to succeed, they must first radically lower their total cost bases, simplify their product offerings, and devise better customer experiences. Then they must settle on their digital strategy and develop a much wider range of digital services for their customers, business and consumer alike. They will need to rethink the way they innovate to become much more agile and open to working with third parties. Finally, they need to engage more fully in the ongoing consolidation of their industry to generate scale, combine networks and infrastructures, and offer true fixed–mobile convergence, the basis of any effort to improve the customer experience and create the products and services their customers are now demanding.

Thomas Tandetzki
Global Communications Leader

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How to redesign the Finance function to support the digital telco of the future.

Communications Review: Network operators making the most of the IoT

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Why making the most of the IoT opportunity means looking beyond the network and leveraging other assets – like your OSS and BSS.

Communications Review - Building a data quality competency

July 20, 2016

Building a data quality competency in today’s digitised communications operator: not an option – but a business imperative.

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