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How Financial Services can transform to ride the...

Banks and insurance companies that are able to transform themselves will be well placed to benefit from digitalisation. However, most companies remain unprepared, write Alejandro Gonzalez and Pedro Fernández of Arthur D. Little.
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TVB Europe: Premium sports broadcasting: the silver bullet

Traditional pay-TV operators across Europe compete fiercely for exclusivity of premium sports broadcasting rights. In the context of maturing fixed-broadband markets, an increasing share of bundled offers and the roll-out of super-fast broadband networks, telecom operators are also looking at these...
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Premium sports: a battleground for pay TV and FTA

Historically, pay-TV operators have provided both exclusive movie content and live sports content. The former has been increasingly preyed upon by OTT players (e.g. Netflix). OTT players have been successful for three main reasons: offering an abundant catalogue (available anywhere at any time), at...
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Big Data: Creating strategic advantage for Telcos

Even though Big Data is a new frontier and there is widespread excitement about masteringand executing something new, it is important to base any new investments in skills andtechnology on a strong business context. In this article, Lokesh Dadhich and Shinichi Akayama of Arthur D. Little, discuss...
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Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Going digital: the benefits of a digital organization in...

Recent cases in which we have participated have shown that the organization of digital efforts is a key and controversial aspect of every digital transformation. Channels, clients, IT and other departments often think that digitalization is their natural field of play, and that they must keep...
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Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Metro Railways

For those of us who live and work in big cities – well over half the world’s population today, a figure projected to increase to 70% by 2050 – metro railways are an ever-present part of daily life. Today there are 148 cities with metro operations carrying over 150 million passengers per day, with...
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Travel & transportation

How FIs can transform to ride the digitalisation wave

Banks and insurance companies that are able to transform themselves will be well placed to benefit from digitalisation. However, most companies remain unprepared. According to a 2015 pan-European survey by Arthur D. Little, financial institutions are less adapted to digitalisation than the cross-...
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Financial services

Still looking for the money

The meltdown at Fukushima in 2011 has not deterred all nations from building new nuclear plant. According to the World Nuclear Association 31 countries around the world still have plans for new reactors – 65 (representing nearly 70 GWe) are under construction, 173 (182.42 GW) are on order or...
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Utilities & alternative energy

Turning Third-Party Risk into Value Creation

Relationships with third parties can create substantial risk, especially in sectors where companies critically depend on them. It is not unusual for a contract value to be passed on to these third parties. However, companies can take steps to mitigate, manage and even create value from this...
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Digital health: increasing the quality and efficiency of...

It is becoming clear that in order to stay relevant in the future healthcare ecosystem, pharma companies must look to business models that foster much more direct patient engagement than previously. New methods offer significant potential in increasing the quality and efficiency of care. In this...
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Healthcare & life sciences