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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.

BTwatch gives its users:

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What is covered?

Organisation Structure

Disruption and Innovation

Vendor Relationships

Strategic Alliances

Commercial Activity

People Movements

Competitive Environments

Financial Performance

Group Functions

Technology Development

Mergers and Acquisitions

Operations and Regulations

Sample content from BTwatch

BT Enterprise sets out to prove its worth

BT Enterprise, the BT division formed by the merger of BT Business and Public Sector and BT Wholesale & Ventures in 2018, held a strategy update in March 2018. Led by Enterprise Chief Executive Gerry McQuade, the event set out to provide an insight into the objectives of the division which centre on digitalisation of its services, and a transformation of its operations to become more efficient in keeping with its digital future.

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QiO signs for BT security services

BT Security trumpeted the acquisition of a new customer for its cybersecurity visual analytics technology Saturn, after signing a licensing deal with analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) software specialist QiO Technologies.

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BT Group: Ofcom lays groundwork for fibre acceleration

Ofcom issued a consultation on its plans for future regulation of full and partial fibre services in the UK, featuring a two-tier proposal hoped to encourage broader and more intense fibre-to-the-premise (FTTP) deployment by Openreach, while also creating headroom for the UK’s fibre altnets to make an investment business case.

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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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