Telco 2.0 Growth & Innovation
How can telcos defend and extend Voice and Messaging revenues, and what strategies are other players employing to create new services and new value? Please see below for current content, and for future content please see here.
In theory, Microsoft and Skype have the resources, the brands, the customer base and the know-how to shape the future of telecoms and become a strategic counterweight to Apple and Google. Can they do it – and what should telcos’ strategy be? (June 2011, Executive Briefing Service, Dealing with Disruption Stream).
Four leading Voice 2.0 platforms demonstrate the business model opportunities from delivering 'Communications-Enabled Business Processes' (CEBP) to the highly diverse enterprise and SME market. (July 2009, Executive Briefing Service)
Telco voice and messaging products have barely changed in 50 years – but the internet offers Operators new threats and opportunities. This briefing reviews what really drives communication so Telcos can enhance their core services for the Telco 2.0 world. (Executive Briefing, Jan 2009)
A review of key business opportunity and future business model scenarios in the core voice and messaging business. (November 2008, Executive Briefing Service)
A closer look at BT's Ribbit platform strategy and how it can transform BT's business model. (September 2008)
Analysis of Vodafone strategy at a key time of leadership change. (June 2008, Executive Briefing Service)
Voice and Messaging 2.0 is Telco 2.0's analysis of the industry's traditional core business, traditionally c.80% of $3 trillion Telco revenues, based on our unique insight into the emerging competition, the industry value chain, and original research into user needs.
There is a great wave of change and innovation in voice and messaging, although many telcos are missing out. Innovative new players are stepping in and there is opportunity for telcos is to work with them rather than compete - there are genuine opportunities as well as threats. This report illuminates the evolving opportunities and threats, and provides an invaluable guide to success in this exciting new world. (April 2008)
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