Managing rapid change is a vital skill in the telecommunications industry.
Four key industry drivers - competition, customers, deregulation, and technology advances - are forcing telecommunications companies to reorganize around customers, expand markets, and upgrade infrastructure.
We recognize these challenges and focus on solutions for both service providers and equipment manufacturers.
|TMT Predictions 2013
What's ahead for the technology, media & telecommunications industries? Explore TMT Predictions 2013 – watch videos, listen to podcasts, download the predictions, and share thoughts on social media.
|The state of the Global Mobile Consumer
This report is Deloitte's second Global Mobile Consumer Survey, providing a unique insight into the mobile consumer behaviour of 26,960 respondents across 15 countries (Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, France, Finland, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, and the United States).
|Machine-to-Machine: Vision 2020
Is India ready to seize a USD4.5 trillion M2M opportunity? Machine-to-machine (M2M) would make those things possible and affordable, which are currently not feasible to be delivered, in a vast country like India. Technologies that enable M2M communication such as GPS unit, RFID, GPRS modules, etc. have much to offer to the developing world towards improving quality of life.
|Mobile retailing: Are you ready for radical change?
Can a retailer afford not to think about the ways that mobile technologies are changing the how, when, and what of selling? According to Deloitte research, by 2016, smartphones, used as part of a shopping experience, could impact 17-21 percent of retail sales — a whopping $627-$752 billion. If you are not preparing for that today, you are already behind the curve.
|Open Mobile: The growth era accelerates
The latest report in a series of open mobile research offerings – is based on survey responses from 250 senior executives from network carriers, mobile device manufacturers, software application developers and infrastructure component manufacturers. The report offers insight on maintaining competitiveness in the face of heightened market competition and technological disruption.
|Accounting for revenue in the telecommunications industry: Counting the cost
This report provides an overview of the recently issued revised IASB/FASB exposure draft (ED) on revenue recognition, and describes how the new accounting proposals will affect the reported financial performance of telecoms operators and considers the wider implications that these changes will have on their IT systems.