Arthur D. Little (ADL) has published its annual telecoms study, which highlights the need for greater reconfiguration in the global telecoms industry, the company said.
Backed by client conversations, a global survey and interviews targeting investors, board members and senior executives of telecom operators, the study has revealed that inorganic growth options are a viable tool for operators to survive in the challenging telecoms market, with more than 90 percent of respondents agreeing.
Over 60 percent of respondents also believe that the telecoms sector was facing disruption.
“Embracing the future,” the newest edition of Arthur D. Little´s annual study on the telecoms industry, is based on more than 100 interviews with senior industry executives, investors and shareholders. It draws from a review of over 4,300 deals in relevant sectors and analysis of operator strategies across the globe.