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UK Enterprise Segment Communications Service Providers October 2017

UK Enterprise Segment Communications Service Providers October 2017

Management Report
Published: October 2017
Pages: 1115
Research from: Benchmark-It.co.uk
Sector: Broadband & Fixed

From: GBP 995.00
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This authoritative and comprehensive 1,115-page report profiles and compares 67 key providers of communications and related IT services to UK enterprises.

The report includes the following:

 Expert and in-depth market analysis (PEST, sizing, segmentation, positioning, technology and benchmarking)

 Detailed profiles of and insight into the leading 67 service providers

 Data and analysis from the strategic level through to products, services and channels to market

 

Why buy?

 Genuine insight from an analyst with over 25 years’ industry knowledge both working within service providers and helping them independently

 Analyst access to discuss questions and trends related to the report

 Excellent value for money that addresses issues from CEO-level to business development, product management and sales

 Not just simplistic graphics and high-level oversight

 

Key conclusions:

 Since 2000, the UK enterprise population has grown by two million to reach 5.5 million – driven by the expansion in small and micro businesses

 This expansion has both been based on and helped to drive a growing range of ICT services – leading to a market worth £18.0 billion in 2017

 Brexit uncertainties are weakening confidence and may see enterprises move partly or wholly to other EU countries or elsewhere

 Brexit offers opportunities in the public sector as the Government recruits thousands of civil servants and invests in IT to take over roles/systems currently carried out in the EU, and as it reintroduces border controls

 The cloud delivery model makes for a changing value chain and introduces new competition, as well as new opportunities such as security, managed services and expanded connectivity needs – both fixed and mobile

 Ofcom has reasserted itself as an interventionist regulator with an aim of further distancing BT retail operations from Openreach and in looking efficiently and equitably to allocate 5G mobile spectrum

 

 

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