LEAN, MEAN, GREEN
TELCO MACHINE

THE NEW TELCO IMPERATIVE

Telco operators are at a crossroads. Over the last two decades, growth ambitions have largely failed or faded over time. To make matters worse, digital natives have reaped the rewards of their hefty investments, such as with 3G and 4G. 

To prevent future value loss and migration, operators must be aware of increased competition in core connectivity markets and resulting margin pressure, along with the effect of interest rates on debt and development costs for network rollouts. 

We believe embracing three pillars will lead operators to success. By transforming into a “lean, mean, green telco machine” they can drive economic value and growth. 

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INSIGHTS

Lean, Mean, Green Telco:
The New Imperative

Interview with Jat Brainch:
Part 1 

Interview with Jat Brainch:
Part 2

Lean, Mean, Green:
The new telco imperative

Private wireless networks:
How operators can strike back
against new connectivity entrants

Monetizing fiber deployment:
How to drive value through partnerships, pricing, and promotion

Customer service 2.0:
Leading the software industry
out of its down spell

Winning in Fiberland:
A Strategic Approach to M&A

Lean, Mean, Green Telco perspective:
An interview with Jat Brainch, former Chief Commercial and Digital Officer of Inmarsat – Part One (Transcript)

Lean, Mean, Green Telco perspective:
An interview with Jat Brainch, former Chief Commercial and Digital Officer of Inmarsat – Part Two (Transcript)

Meet the team