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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

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: Patterson bites the bullet

BT surprised with its 8 June 2018 confirmation that Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Gavin Patterson is to leave as soon as a replacement can be found. BT's share price rose, following the news. In a terse statement clearly indicating that Patterson's position was...

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BT pushes 5G, but in no hurry beyond better broadband

Incremental path to 5G posited by BT Network Architect with 2019 launch the next milestone. Capacity to remain a short-term priority, with more use cases under review. Role of Wi-Fi at gigabit speeds under active consideration. Away from the doom and gloom that...

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BT Pay-TV super aggregator to the rescue

Improving the quality and performance of Consumer’s pay-TV business is a key element of the division’s new strategy, and will be built on the idea of becoming a content “super aggregator”

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Ericsson joins EE on CX frontline

Ericsson backing the EE customer experience drive at the core of BT's Consumer division strategy. Integration has already commenced, with potential for expansion as Ericsson builds up its IT-driven relationship with EE. Areas being served are customer care (possibly...

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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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