Telecommunications

Guiding you through the future of telecommunications

Segmentation Group explains the critical need to know where you need to be when it comes to the future of telecommunications

When it comes to how organizations use technology, the future of telecommunications is huge. This world of possibilities, which is changing every minute, can present new avenues of income and connection that are invaluable to an organization that wants to be successful in every way.

However, the fluctuating nature of this world also means it can be overwhelming. For some organizations, trying to navigate through the noise to achieve meaningful results can be impossible, especially when day-to-day concerns are factored in.

According to a Chinese proverb, “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”.

Regaining control of telecom parks that have grown exponentially for many years, and which have no doubt been inherited from a long line of supervisors, can be problematic in itself. The segmentation group has independent and objective audits, which can provide organizations with a summary of real estate and telecommunications expenditure – including a review of supplier contracts and comprehensive advice on potential improvements and savings and can be further enhanced to include a managed telecommunications analysis service.

Marcel Proust once said: “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”

Segmentation Group’s experts are the new eyes that most organizations can benefit from, especially when it comes to defining a telecommunications strategy.

Have you heard of ISDN / PSTN cutoff?

According to the Switch On to the Switch Off Survey 2021, 83% of organizations said they had no visibility of when their services would be turned off and 77% said they were unprepared for any disruption that disabling these services may cause. .

To learn more about what Segmentation Group can do for your organization, check out the nuances of their expertise here.

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