We work with global and local telecommunications operators to help them adapt to the new digital age

The telecommunications sector is at the center of society’s digital transformation, which increasingly demands services that offer more mobility, immediacy and interaction, both in the personal and the professional sphere. These changes are encouraging the emergence of new business models, players and services, adding additional complexity to an already very competitive market.

Traditional operators face a new investment cycle linked to the deployment of new generation networks (5G) to meet the exponential growth of different demands. At the same time, they are seeing how margins in their traditional business (voice and data) are captured by new players, and the new income generated by the "new economy" is going to new entrants (those called “over the top”). This digital transformation is also one of the key drivers of sustainability in companies.

To adapt to this uncertainty, operators are launching strategies that are transforming the industry, from the point of view of infrastructures (such as network sharing, virtualization or the creation of Towercos), as well as products (through the creation of new services, either in-house or through strategic alliances with other players), operations (through an unprecedented digital transformation) and customer vision (enhancing communication channels with customers). These initiatives require knowledge of processes, analytical tools and new ways of working, and will require concentration and simplification at all levels (regulation, organization, business, technology, sustainability, etc.) in order to achieve the efficiency, agility and flexibility needed to adapt to current changes and future challenges.

Our practice

Management Solutions works with agents operating in this industry by identifying new services in line with the strategy and assets of each company, designing and developing operational excellence projects and converting the information into business knowledge to obtain an optimal "time to market" in the dynamic electronic communications industry.

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