The Belgian Telecom Landscape

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TIME January 2015

The Belgian Telecom Landscape

Study on the Belgian Telecom Sector - 1st edition

Arthur D. Little released its first study on the Telecom sector in Belgium, commissioned by the five major operators of the Belgian Telecom market (Base Company, Mobistar, Proximus, Telenet and VOO), entitled ‘A New Deal for the Telecom Sector in Belgium’ at a seminar in Brussels, Belgium. With this first edition we want to make a first step in shedding some light on the role and contribution of the telecom sector to the Belgian economy and society, and unravelling some of the complexity related to the major disruptions ongoing in the digital ecosystem. This fact-based study on the Belgian telecom sector shows the critical role played by the telecom operators in the digital value chain, as well as the leverage effect of investments in telecom networks on the overall Belgian economy. This study calls for a "Digital New Deal" on both a European and national level, based on a strategic long-term vision and the recovery of the European leadership in the digital economy. [...]

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The Economics of Telecoms in France, 2014 edition

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TIME December 2014

The Economics of Telecoms in France, 2014 edition

Arthur D. Little study “The Economics of Telecoms in France” focuses on Telecoms industry health and telecoms impact on the economy.

This new study presents, in a factual way, the changes taking place in the digital value chain. Due to the digitalization of the economy, value has been massively and exponentially moving to new categories of players. [...]

Digitization: Do or Die!

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TIME December 2014

Digitization: Do or Die!

Arthur D. Little EU5 Media Flow of Funds 2014

The Media & Entertainment sector in Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom (“EU5”) is going through a massive digital transformation which creates a complex and volatile environment in particular for traditional players. With its unique Media Flow of Funds methodology Arthur D. Little provides insight into the speed and main beneficiaries of this transformation. [...]

Managed Services

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TIME December 2014

Managed Services

A new Telecom operating model to extract value in B2B

The global market for Managed Services is expected to grow from USD 160 billion in 2014 to USD 286 billion in 2019. As such, while growth prospects in traditional connectivity are limited, Managed Services represent a very attractive alternative for Telecom operators. We believe that Telecom companies remain best positioned to play a major role in Managed Services as they possess all the capabilities and processes to manage their networks and assets. [...]

TowerCo MNOs: a win-win opportunity?

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TIME October 2014

TowerCo MNOs: a win-win opportunity?

A practical business case framework for tower price negotiation

Media and TLC Operators look at tower deals as a source of cash in response to increasing competition, decreasing prices, high debt positions and increasing Capex requirements. From its experience with TowerCo deals, Arthur D. Little describes four fundamental variables that shape a deal, presents a use case with sensitivity analysis and offers further considerations. [...]

Arthur D. Little’s “Future of the Internet Study” Broadens the Open Internet Debate

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TIME September 2014

Arthur D. Little’s “Future of the Internet Study” Broadens the Open Internet Debate

Driving Investments, Growth and Quality of Experience in the Internet of the Future

The internet has rapidly evolved from a static data platform to become a streaming video platform, and is soon expected to see its next wave of growth in machine-to-machine and any-to-any video communications. By 2030, the ‘Internet of Everything’ potentially adds trillions of euros in value to the public and private sectors. This report investigates the drivers of this growth and the investment incentives in the ‘upstream’ part of internet IP connectivity where all the autonomous networks of the world interconnect. [...]

Winning the Telecom Famine

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TIME September 2014

Winning the Telecom Famine

Applying Analytics to Create Value in Saturated Markets

In today’s challenging market environment, telecom management often implements spend-based segmentation and reactive pricing with a focus on short-term subscriber acquisition goals. This approach, however, has been at the expense of significant market value and a paradigm shift is now needed to escape the downward pricing spiral. [...]

Riding the Mobile Ticketing Wave

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TIME, Travel & Transportation August 2014

Riding the Mobile Ticketing Wave

A Challenge for Transport Operators

Transport operators across the globe implement mobile ticketing services to increase customer convenience, handle ever increasing passenger numbers and operational efficiency. Airlines continue to be a front-runner, followed by municipal mass-transit commuter systems and railway operators. While new mobile ticketing applications, including NFC (Near-Field Communication), provide the opportunity for better ease-of-use, implementation is very complex. Numerous partners have to agree on a suitable solution in spite of competing for the “driver seat”. [...]

Media & Entertainment: Flow of Funds

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TIME July 2014

Media & Entertainment: Flow of Funds

Arthur D. Little’s Analysis for Spain

The size of the media & entertainment sector in Spain decreased by 26% between 2007 and 2013, from €23.000 to €16.900 million. In Spain, as well as in other countries, this sector is going through an accelerated transition towards the digital world. However, this transition is far from compensating for the collapse of consumers’ and advertisers’ contribution to the traditional industries due to the crisis, piracy and lack of effective online commercialization models. [...]

Digital Signatures

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TIME June 2014

Digital Signatures

Paving the Way to a Digital Europe

Digital signature solutions are quickly replacing paper-based signatures and have the potential to dominate signature-related processes. The financial services industry is the pioneer in the adoption and development of digital signature solutions, and we expect other industries, such as telecommunication, commerce, utilities, notaries and healthcare, to follow soon. The primary benefits of digital signatures include increased efficiency, lower costs and increased customer satisfaction. [...]

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