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Transforming the value chain with digital health

The business model of the pharmaceutical industry is being transformed by digital health. It will significantly extend current business models, or even create completely new ones for the industry. In order to implement innovative solutions ahead of new entrants, pharma companies will need to...
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Healthcare & life sciences

How Telcos can “Connect the Dots” Within the Ecosystem

The "Internet of Things" is one of the hottest topics within the global industry environment. All kind of products are becoming "connected" or "smart"- from home appliances to cars and trucks to vending machines and fitness devices (wearables and smart watches)....
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Technology & innovation management

From the Outside

Innovation from sources outside of the traditional healthcare system is changing the pharma industry. A digital revolution in many business models means a positive overall change for patient care - but introducing new services too quickly could see development in other areas suffering. In this...
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Healthcare & life sciences

How utilities can create value

Electricity demand in Europe is down 5% on 2010 levels, with up to 8% declines in the major markets. U.S. power consumption is stagnant over the same period. Energy demand in developed markets is being driven down for many reasons, chiefly environmental, but the key fact is GDP growth in developed...
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Utilities & alternative energy

Arthur D. Little and SAMENA Council Equip Telecom Operators...

A new joint report by Arthur D. Little and SAMENA Council urges telecommunications operators in the Middle East and North Africa to ride the OTT wave...

As the smartphone becomes the de facto standard for accessing the Web and over-the-top (OTT) services, it disrupts traditional telecom revenues. A new report from global management consultancy Arthur D. Little (ADL) and SAMENA Telecommunications Council (SAMENA Council) urges Middle East and North...
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Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

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)