Driving Telecom Growth Through Diagonal Convergence
Telecom mergers and acquisitions can unlock huge values and unforeseen potentials in conglomerate companies that might otherwise be lost within their organizational bureaucracies.
Outside of the obvious cost savings from merging 2 or more work forces and consolidating multiple operational technologies into best-of-breed platform, the key to unlocking the true efficiencies and value of merged entities is pooling intelligence, monetizing product synergies and advocating innovation.
This sentiment is echoed by Dr. Hossein Eslambolchi, Chairman and CEO at CyberFlow Analytics & 2020 Venture Partners.
"Research and Development is crucial, and combining next-generation IP-based technologies is an excellent starting point," says Eslambolchi.
The idea of diagonal convergence in telecom takes a merged entity and their newly developed product and actively market it to others within their vertical or complementary markets to create partnerships in which all companies involved see real, tangible, bottom-line results.
There are limits to diagonal convergence in telecom, many of which likely fall to the wayside if unhitched from rules and regulations from the 20th century.
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