The Digital Services Framework: identifying the best opportunities for emerging Asia–Pacific operators
"The most viable digital service sectors for operators in emerging Asia–Pacific are smart city, pay TV and fleet management."
Operators in emerging Asia–Pacific are looking for new sources of revenue as growth of their core business slows. They must identify the correct digital services on which to focus. Analysys Masons Digital Services Framework provides a way for operators to assess opportunities in new markets and identify the most viable sectors in which to invest.
THIS REPORT PROVIDES:
analysis of the challenges and opportunities of the digital services market for emerging Asia–Pacific operators
recommendations on the most viable digital services for emerging Asia–Pacific operators to focus on
high-level assessments of the smart city, pay-TV and fleet management sectors in selected emerging Asia–Pacific countries
three case studies:
China Unicom’s smart city investment in Shanghai, China
Telkom Indonesia’s pay-TV offering in Indonesia
Reliances Unlimit’s fleet management solution for agriculture vehicles in India.
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