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BTwatch is unique in its approach of covering every facet of BT/EE and their suppliers, blending commercial, operational and financial developments to provide a clear perspective of the Group’s current situation and future aspirations, while also putting today’s headline news in a balanced, long term context.

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What is covered?

Organisation Structure

Disruption and Innovation

Vendor Relationships

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Commercial Activity

People Movements

Competitive Environments

Financial Performance

Group Functions

Technology Development

Mergers and Acquisitions

Operations and Regulations

Sample content from BTwatch

BT’s strategic ambitions to become a platform

BT’s continuing commitment to industry association TM Forum (as a founding member back in 1989) was clear at Digital Transformation World, the Forum’s main annual event held in Nice during May 2018. In particular, BT’s work, alongside peers including Telefónica Group and Vodafone Group, on the Forum’s Open API initiative was front and centre at the event.

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BT Group: EE to launch first UK live 5G trial network…

In what it anticipates to be a UK-first, EE is to activate a live 5G trial network in London’s Tech City during October 2018 through the upgrade of ten of its sites in East London. The trial is being conducted in preparation for BT’s planned debut of the technology in late-2019, and is expected to deliver live mobile data speeds in excess of 1Gbps.

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BT Americas chief talks up geopolitics and security

A year after she was promoted from Chief Operating Officer to President of Global Services’ BT Americas (BTwatch, #287), Jennifer Artley has been busy raising her profile and that of the business unit she presides over.

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BT Group: Government, Ofcom and Openreach commit to fibre

In what appeared a choreographed routine, BT, the government, and regulator Ofcom issued a series of commitments, promises and aspirations that collectively suggest there is a clear renewed effort building to overhaul the UK’s communications infrastructure, and the rules and regulations that govern it.

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I find BT watch significantly valuable in informing me and my team of the insights of BT as an organisation. BT is a large organisation, with varied units with their own strategy and market events affecting individual units in a different way. The Market Mettle team does a great job in researching individual units, their approach, strategy, financial outlook and impact of market trends and events affecting BT, then encapsulating these in an overall report and providing a reasonably good level of input on a regular basis. It has been an essential tool in the past for us keeping us informed, as BT has been a strategic account of Mastek.

Director – Strategic Partnerships, Mastek

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