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Managed Services

A new Telecom operating model to extract value in B2B

Thus, Managed Services could represent a natural extension to their existing capabilities. However, providing Managed Services to customers brings its own set of challenges. The required capabilities, both for go-to-market and for designing service delivery, represent a significant departure from...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

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...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Winning the Telecom Famine

Applying Analytics to Create Value in Saturated Markets

Arthur D. Little has created a value management approach based on advanced analytics that is proven to preserve market value rather than destroy it; our work with operators in Europe and MENA region has resulted in an increase of total monthly gross add value by more than 20 percent.
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Riding the Mobile Ticketing Wave

A Challenge for Transport Operators

Transport operators, manufacturers (SIM-cards, chipsets, smartphones), public and private owners and telecom operators / system integrators face tough decisions in spite of uncertain business cases and already existing complex ticketing application landscapes (paper, online, 2D-Barcode mobile...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME), Travel & transportation

The next act in cloud computing

The cloud and the Internet form the backbone of global commerce and have enabled countless new businesses and innovations. The network behind it, though, has grown in an unplanned way, and consequent weaknesses in the architecture of the web must be addressed. The telecoms industry has therefore...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME), Technology & innovation management

Digital Signatures

Paving the Way to a Digital Europe

This report, which is based on Arthur D. Little’s survey of 50 market experts, provides an overview of the digital signature technology, its current and potential market, as well as the benefits and challenges it brings. We also present examples of practical applications of digital signature...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME), Digital company transformation

Field Telecoms in Oil & Gas

Getting Connected: How the Telecoms Industry is Enabling the Digital Oil Field

This paper addresses the following key questions:What are the key oil & gas sector field communications requirements which Field Telecoms suppliers need to deliver?Which technologies are currently being used, or could be used in the future, to address these requirements?Who are the key...
Oil & gas, Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Arthur D. Little - Exane BNP Paribas report 2014

Capex: the long march

We foresee revenue decline for European telecoms operators (-1.6% 2013-2016e CAGR), with a contraction in mobile and growth in fixed broadband. We believe that despite the planned decline in revenue, telecom capex will continue to rise, driven by new network deployments and fostered by increased...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

From Silos to Layers

How Operators Need to Change Their Operating Model to Cope With Industry Dynamics

Telecoms operators will need to embrace a new “layered” business model - not only necessary for future market success, but also required to generate significant benefits in the process landscape and hence reduce the cost base for an operator.
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Online media and content winning

Arthur D. Little’s Media Flow of Funds Analysis – Germany

As the media ecosystem has shifted online over the last several years, the physical home video market and traditional (offline) Pay TV are holding up against online video. Physical music distribution has been hit the hardest. Content producers, online aggregators and search engines are capturing...
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)