intelligence Intelligence Annual Industry Survey 2013


In December 2012 Intelligence launched the first Annual Industry Survey, answered by almost 2,000 industry professionals, including 600 operator respondents.

Our intention was to discover what the industry as a whole thinks about a series of topics and we were naturally keen to see how operators in particular would respond to questions about the future of networks, cloud services, B/OSS, roaming, customer experience and revenue assurance.

Some of the numbers are truly surprising: who would have predicted that 35.7 per cent of respondents would believe that single network markets, in which operators compete at the service layer only, are commercially viable? Never mind that operators themselves buy into this model with greater enthusiasm (albeit only just—36.1 per cent) than the wider industry.

By  filling out the form below and downloading a free copy of the Intelligence Global Industry Survey, you will possess a wealth of data on a range of core issues affecting fixed and mobile service providers and the vendors that cater to both.

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With over 80,000 unique monthly visitors and more than 70,000 registrations to our webinar platform, has access to executive opinion of unrivalled breadth and depth. That opinion needs context and our editorial team excels at transforming raw data into insight and analysis. And with a variety of print and digital channels, including Mobile Communications International magazine, we can drive unbeatable awareness of our findings. Intelligence: Getting the industry thinking

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