Trends for 2010: telco operations

Date: January 23, 2010
Pages: 11
US$ 895.00
Publisher: Ovum
Report type: Strategic Report
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Trends for 2010: telco operations
Service providers had a difficult year in 2009, with concerns about the world economy and uncertainty regarding its recovery prompting many to prudently adopt cautious strategies in order to see them through the worst. With economic growth predicted to return during 2010, Ovum’s Telco Operations team reviews the effects of the economic downturn on service provider strategies, outlines how this is likely to change during 2010, and reviews some of the key operational trends that will affect strategies over the coming year.
Executive summary
In a nutshell
Ovum view
Managing costs and generating new revenue streams will be key
Emergence from recession
Market view
Return to economic growth
How have service providers been affected?
Impact of the downturn on service provider strategies
How will this change during 2010?
The changing business model
Lining up the tools for a smart pipe approach
Telco outsourcing and managed services
A strategic and operational imperative
Network assets scrutinised for options
A transformation solution
Improving the customer experience
Customer data management and analytics


Table 1: World economic projections – GDP annual growth (%)


Figure 1: Revenue growth for selected tier-1 service providers
Figure 2: Opex growth for a select group of tier-1 service providers
Figure 3: Capital intensity for a select group of tier-1 service providers
Figure 4: The telco as an aggregator/enabler of services
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