The vision of connecting everything and everyone at all times drives digitalization and puts telecommunications network providers at the heart of it. By repositioning themselves as TechCos, TelCos are gaining a much broader reach as universal end-to-end service providers across all industries.
Coupled with ever-shorter innovation cycles, this has driven companies toward platform-based services. As a result, how data is collected is becoming increasingly critical to optimizing businesses and maintaining competitiveness, with network technology impacting telcos and consumers across industries. The increasingly viable opportunity to invest in infrastructure development is changing market dynamics and attracting new players in the form of TowerCos and FiberCos.
Over the years, BearingPoint has established a proven track record of success with clients across the network value chain. The mandates we have worked with range from suppliers to customers, engaging stakeholders across all hierarchies and supporting them from conception to implementation. Our 50+ network experts have continuously proven themselves and have delivered award-winning projects along the way.
Market players face many challenges throughout the value chain if they want to lead in the race for innovation and connectivity. We are committed to overcoming these challenges with our clients to create sustainable growth and profitability.
As the landscape transforms, so must the organizations within it. An effective transition demands answers to crucial questions such as:
With 5G, fiber, and cloudification on the rise, it is imperative that fixed networks sustain the mass of data being transferred. We apply our expertise to answer questions like:
Rapid technological advances in mobile networks demand that companies optimize their approaches. For creating lasting advantages, key challenges must be tackled, namely:
Telco providers can create substantial value by leveraging existing services and adding a network-oriented mindset. Key considerations should be kept in mind when doing this, specifically: