Insights, data and analysis to support your business decisions
Our research drives change in the telecoms industry through deep and creative analysis coupled with practical recommendations for our clients.
STL Partners’ research helps telcos and their partners to make new thinking and business models work, drive real change in practice, and grow through purposeful innovation in the Coordination Age.
Half of the world’s top 10 telecoms operators subscribe to our research
“STL Partners are an invaluable source of insight for us. Not only do they provide well-informed coverage of the most pressing strategic challenges in the industry, but they act as a thought partner to help us shape our thinking as a team.”
Principal, Group Strategy, Tier 1 European telco
“The STL Partners team has always been very forward thinking, which is one of their greatest strengths. The ability to combine high-level vision with technical knowledge is a rare skill, and STL does it well.”
Global Head of Information Management, Telecom
Executive Briefing Service: Strategy and Transformation
Our foundational research offering provides a strategic synopsis of all important telecoms trends and market drivers, supporting strategists and decision makers by expanding, challenging and validating their thinking:
• 25 new reports per year plus a database of 300+ reports and analyst access
• The most important themes affecting the telecoms and technology sector, including new threats and emerging opportunities
• Analysis on what telcos need to do to thrive in the Coordination Age, how they become robust, adaptive organisation, and how external forces will shape their operating environment
Insights and practical advice for telcos and vendors to help them navigate innovation across every network layer and domain – virtual and physical – and evolve their operations, partnership ecosystems and technology base to drive new sources of growth.
With tackling climate change at the top of telecoms industry’s agenda, operators and their partners need guidance on how to best execute on their commitment to reduce their carbon footprints over the next decade: in many cases to net zero.
As demand for private cellular networks grows, stakeholders will need to successfully navigate the opportunities and threats, as well as the potential business models, to secure their place in the ecosystem.