Strategies for Internet services companies

Our consultants have undertaken numerous strategy projects for Internet services companies.

Our work has most recently included:

  • Global connectivity improvement: Supported Facebook to research and jointly write its State of Connectivity 2015 report to assess why 4.1 billion people do not use the Internet.
  • Data-driven innovation: Undertook a ground-breaking study for Google on innovations relating to user data and their impact on the Singapore and Japanese economy.  
  • E-commerce: Developed best practice for creating and running a successful e-commerce site in India for an global Internet service provider.
  • Content: Undertook a regulatory review for a global online content provider on how online audio-visual content is regulated in ten countries. 
  • Advertising/digital identity: Commissioned to undertake a strategy and investment case for a player in the digital advertising market and a new entrant in the emerging digital identity market in the UK.

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    Analysys Mason's 'Fixed–mobile converged bundles pricing tracker' is a survey of fixed and mobile service pricing. We include fixed–mobile converged (FMC) bundle prices and characteristics (for example, services included, benefits provided) as well as those of equivalent packages bought separately as standalone services.

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  • Multi-play pricing benchmark 2Q 2019

    Analysys Mason's 'Multi-play pricing benchmark' is an international benchmarking survey covering DSL, cable modem and residential FTTB-based multi-play services for consumers in 20 European, 5 Asia–Pacific and 4 Middle Eastern countries. Information is provided on more than 50 major players across these markets. The latest version of the study includes 2Q 2019 data.

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    In recent weeks, there have been clear signs that the European cable broadband business model is under pressure. The sector is moving towards using a wholesale model, either as a result of regulation, or, more significantly, as a voluntary measure. This comment shows why this is happening.

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