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TELECOMS STRATEGY AND TRANSFORMATION

How to stay ahead of the game

What’s happening and what should we do?

Our Executive Briefing Service covers the what and why of telecoms change – and how to respond, helping telecom’s CXOs to secure vital levers of success.

In the Coordination Age, where customers strive to make better use of their resources (e.g. time, money, assets, carbon), telcos and connected technologies (e.g. 5G, fibre, AI, automation) have key roles to play. Telcos must build adaptive practices to thrive in this dynamic industry.

Topics include: market trends, organisational transformation, new business models, the latest approaches in the core and new business areas, opportunities and threats (e.g. hyperscalers), new technologies (e.g. AI and analytics) and case studies.

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Telecoms 2030 Part 2: Understanding the forces of change Research

Telecoms 2030 Part 2: Understanding the forces of change

Part two of this three-part report series examines the influence and impact of external forces that will shape telcos’ journeys

Reinventing insurance: The role of telcos Research

Reinventing insurance: The role of telcos

Telcos have several key assets that can help insurers to harness advanced technology and new data sources to become more

AI skills compound the telecoms talent conundrum Articles

AI skills compound the telecoms talent conundrum

Securing AI skills was on the minds of telcos at MWC 2024. Telcos have plans in place to address the

The utility trap: Staying on the right side of regulators Research

The utility trap: Staying on the right side of regulators

As society becomes ever more dependent on connectivity, telcos face a growing risk of being regulated like traditional utility companies.

Finding value from AI, analytics and automation (A3) in the telco network Research

Finding value from AI, analytics and automation (A3) in the telco network

In this report we update our model of the financial value of adding AI, analytics and automation (A3) into a

The Telco-to-Techco transformation: Are telcos building strategic capabilities fast enough? Webinars

The Telco-to-Techco transformation: Are telcos building strategic capabilities fast enough?

At this webinar, we will discuss the gap in capabilities between major telecom operators and the main technology giants (techcos),

Future Skills Tracker report Research

Future Skills Tracker report

Telcos need new skills to change their organisations to compete like technology companies. Insights from our Future skills tracker tool

Telecoms 2030 Part 1: The telecoms industry problem Research

Telecoms 2030 Part 1: The telecoms industry problem

The traditional “moat-building” business model adopted by telcos is no longer viable. If telcos are to compete with internet giants

MWC 2024: More than AI and APIs Research

MWC 2024: More than AI and APIs

STL Partners’ Research team present their observations from and analysis of the biggest mobile industry event of the year. There

Why legacy billing restricts telco growth Research

Why legacy billing restricts telco growth

Legacy billing systems were built for legacy telco services and are too inflexible to deliver next-generation services. We explore how

Free report: Unlocking value: Strategic prioritisation of network and automation investment Free Reports

Free report: Unlocking value: Strategic prioritisation of network and automation investment

Operators are transforming their networks to provide advanced services and tackle network complexity. However, progress is uneven as operators develop

Telcos versus Techcos: Who is winning the battle of strategic capabilities? Articles

Telcos versus Techcos: Who is winning the battle of strategic capabilities?

STL Partners has conducted a significant study to benchmark the skills we consider critical for success in the future. Here

Rosalind Craven

Senior analyst

rosalind.craven@stlpartners.com