CSPs’ B2B Success Will Be Defined by the Flexibility of Their Commercial Models
Growth in B2B ICT services is a strategic imperative for telcos. Addressing the current shortcomings in customer experience and commercial agility delivery are foundational to delivering that growth. This report surveyed 400 enterprises and CSP’s for their reflections on where that commercial relationship is in need of improvement.
This Heavy Reading report, with our partner Salesforce, looks at the role partner ecosystems will play in 5G Monetization. It also explores the key capabilities that will be required to deliver a marketplace of compelling B2B services and to support emerging B2B2X business models.
Turning 5G Services into Revenue with Dynamic Real-Time Commerce
This Heavy Reading report looks at the crucial role Converged Charging Systems play in monetizing 5G Standalone Core networks. It also includes results of a survey of over 100 key technical decision makers in telcos globally on their timelines and drivers for 5G SA and CCS deployments.
IoT holds a lot of promise, but only if operators approach it with a new mindset. Commissioned by MATRIXX, Analysys Mason takes an in-depth look into the current mismatch between telecom methods and the economics of IoT, and how new business models present the most lucrative opportunities.
Beecham Research: 5G: New Service Opportunities for Network Operators?
What will be the real impact of 5G for consumers and mobile operators? Consumers are generally satisfied with 4G, which will require 5G to deliver powerful experiences. Beecham Research explores how to make the most out of 5G with the MATRIXX Digital Commerce Platform.
5G Positioning and Pricing Strategies: Driving to 5G Success
As 5G development enters a stage of early deployments, MATRIXX commissioned Strategy Analytics to assess the state of 5G positioning, packaging and pricing. After speaking with end-users and key members of global telco teams, they uncovered some innovative approaches to 5G to expand digital engagement.
IDC surveyed 300 organizations around the globe to find out how they view their mobile service providers and how operators can begin to build a more partner-focused relationship through transparency and self-service.