Enterprise MVAS Space in Latin America Scrutinized by Pyramid Research in Insightful Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
15 May 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - Latin America is about to witness a massive breakthrough in terms of MVAS encouraged by technology adoption and a rise in demand. Penetration of smartphones and LTE, emergence of FMC networks and adoption of MVAS platforms are some of main factors set to spur the growth of MVAS sector in the region. However, market players will face a number of challenges, such as a shortage of qualified personnel and complexity related to selling to multiple individual business units, among others.
Currently, local enterprises are gradually turning MVAS into a top priority in empowering their mobile workforce. Many of them are likely to increase their MVAS spend considerably in the years to come.
Local MNOs have to compete with large IT service providers (e.g. IBM) for a share in this lucrative sector. Nevertheless, there is a great market opportunity from SMB and local large enterprise segments.
Insightful research report “Enterprise Mobile Value-Added Services in Latin America: Major Forces Driving and Inhibiting MVAS for MNOs” worked out by Pyramid Research offers a comprehensive discussion of enterprise MVAS sector in Latin America. The study thoroughly reviews MVAS taxonomy and limelights service offerings. It covers the enterprise MVAS value chain and discloses a role of MNOs. The report focuses on enterprise IoT and M2M services. The research study highlights the market context and unveils enterprise investment plans obtained by the publisher. It explores enterprise MVAS offering in the region and sheds light on market drivers and inhibitors. The research report discloses technology drivers and looks at service delivery inhibitors. The study also contains case studies and scrutinizes the competitive landscape.
Enterprise Mobile Value-Added Services in Latin America: Major Forces Driving and Inhibiting MVAS for MNOs
Published: April, 2015
Price: US$ 1,195.00
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