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Operator Opportunites in the New Mobile Web

Operator Opportunites in the “New Mobile Web”

We’ve just published a new research report showing that the emergence of the New Mobile Web will challenge native ecosystems as the primary format for delivering content and apps to mobile devices. This shift will create new opportunities for operators seeking to re(enter) the digital marketplace. STL Partners define the “New Mobile Web” as the culmination of technological advances that …

Telco Opportunities in the ‘New Mobile Web’?

Telco Opportunities in the ‘New Mobile Web’?

The transformed mobile web experience, brought about by the adoption of a range of new technologies, is creating a new arena for operators seeking to (re)build their role in the digital marketplace. Operators are potentially well-placed to succeed in this space; they have the requisite assets and capabilities and the desire to grow their digital businesses. This report examines the findings of interviews and a survey conducted amongst key industry players, supplemented by STL Partners’ research and analysis, with the objective of determining the opportunities for operators in the New Mobile Web and the strategies they can implement in order to succeed. (September 2013, Foundation 2.0, Executive Briefing Service.)
Operator Opportunities in the “New Mobile Web”

Online Retail & Telecom can Innovate Together

A different commitment: how Online Retail & Telecom can Innovate Together

This is a guest post by Peter Briscoe, Executive Director of Innovation, Business Unit Support Solutions at Ericsson, on the opportunities for telcos and retailers to innovate together. Currently there is a strong drive within the telecom’s industry to define future service models and the focus on digital services has never been stronger. The recent New Digital Economics Brainstorm in …

The Great Compression: surviving the ‘Digital Hunger Gap’

The Great Compression: surviving the ‘Digital Hunger Gap’

In the next 10 years, many industries face the ‘Great Compression’ in which, in addition to the pressures of ongoing global economic uncertainty, there is also a major digital transformation that is destroying traditional value and moving it ‘disruptively’ to new areas and geographies. For the incumbent industry players we call the near-term results of this disruption ‘The Digital Hunger Gap’ – the widening deficit between past and projected revenues. This is our analysis of the top-level findings of the Silicon Valley Executive Brainstorm. (March 2013, Executive Briefing Service, Transformation Stream.)
10 Year Hunger Gap Mar 2013

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