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Reinvention of UK Banking highlights that, as the cost of remediation continues to dominate results presentations, banks face an uphill battle as they try to radically transform in a timeframe that is acceptable to all stakeholders.
Explore why technology firms should choose to invest in the UK. We consider what the UK currently has in its favour as it battles for technology investment.
Technology has revolutionised the day-to-day lives of individuals and organisations alike. But if we're to continue to benefit and to profit from it, and if we're to minimise the potential downsides, we're going to have make some choices.
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Telecoms players face choices on how to play beyond providing airtime as the Machine to Machine unfolds. Platform–focused or vertically-integrated business models? Is hardware in or out? We explore these issues many of you may be facing below.
We are preparing for the future and what the changes in technology may mean to all of us. Our work with Tech City and the new High Growth Technology Group shows our commitment to supporting startup companies every step of the way.
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Many service providers have lost ground to their own next generation investments. ‘Sentiment analysis’ of their Big Data could help those companies regain an advantage, says Eddie Short, Partner and Head of Business Intelligence with KPMG.
In speaking with clients around the world, we’re often asked about the machine to machine (M2M) ecosystem. A horizontal strategy or deep vertical solutions? How is M2M changing? How do we scale our business? Chris Woodland, Partner for the TMT Strategy Group explores these issues.
Boards must take a bold and decisive approach to the non-core parts of their telecoms business. Otherwise they could face accusations of generating lower returns by failing to make best use of their capital, explains Transaction Services Director Marc Summers.
Price offers aimed at motivating instinctive responses from customers have become common amongst telecoms operators. Companies should focus on reducing costs to offer the lowest prices, explains Partner Robert Browne.
A range of proposals intended to create a more integrated telecoms market across the EU brings opportunities and risks. Sean Kennedy, Director and Telecoms Regulation specialist explores the issue.
Telephone companies and electronic service providers face new legislation determining how they account for VAT. Partner Mike Camburn outlines some of the major issues they face.
Mobile technology is radically transforming the world around us and the mobile evolution is moving at unprecedented speed. Clearly, many challenges still lie ahead and many questions remain to be answered. What business models will prove resilient to future change? How will security and privacy concerns be overcome? Which payment technologies will win out in the long-term?
Delivering a great customer experience is now top priority for many telecoms companies. As the range of products and service options increases, the customer experience has become a critical differentiator. Staff at every level - and even suppliers - are rated against the customer experience they deliver, and are rewarded accordingly.
It seems everybody is concerned about mobile security. Consumers are worried that all of their personal data that now resides on their smartphones – contacts, bank account numbers, emails and so on – will fall prey to identity thieves and crooks. The risk for corporations is higher still as mobile devices become integrated into the office environment and start to be used to access sensitive company information, customer records and valuable intellectual property.
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