The telecommunications industry is changing rapidly and faces increasing regulatory pressures.
They are also responding to the flood of disruptive technology firms entering the market and tackling churn in a converging marketplace.
Despite this, telecommunication companies are rising to the challenge and continuing to thrive and change, handling the roll-out of new network technologies and an insatiable demand for bandwidth.
TMT businesses are succeeding in achieving accelerated growth. But adaptability and focus are crucial components as well: cool heads and clear thinking are imperative. And that’s where Grant Thornton comes in.
Our team at Grant Thornton has worked the in Australian and international telecommunications industry for over twenty years.
We have supported Enterprise, Consumer, Wholesale and Technology business areas, direct service providers and support providers.
We have been involved in the most challenging strategic and operational challenges the telco sector has faced.
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Uncertainty is mounting for mid-sized technology, media and telecoms (TMT) businesses, according to our latest article, based on IBR research. But with tech investment intentions broadly healthy across the mid-market, this is also a time of real opportunity. So how can the TMT industry ride out the turbulence and thrive?
Our latest global insight explores some of the key challenges for the sector, from trade barriers to the war for talent. Amid a volatile landscape, it provides a practical view of how long-term investments could help turn risk into an opportunity for mid-sized TMT businesses.