You would’ve thought that, by now, the process of ordering, implementing, and managing Internet connectivity for businesses should be relatively easy. But in reality, companies still struggle to connect their businesses to the Internet.
The main thing leaders should bear in mind is, when it comes to implementing Internet connectivity to organizations, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. The same premise applies to unforeseen events that can inconveniently impact the installation of network equipment. There is no standardization around the world - what is common in the US might be unusual to other markets, such as EMEA or APAC. There are, however, typical use cases that, if not the same in different regions, are most certainly similar.
Frank de Bloois, President of Americas at Expereo, uncovers seven of those in an insightful article on the Fast Mode magazine.
Frank de Bloois, President of Americas in Expereo, has over 20 years of experience in the global telecom industry. Frank has solid expertise in C-level interactions, complex solution selling and telecom networks. Before joining Expereo in 2012, Frank held Business Development and Management positions in different telecom companies.More articles by Frank de Bloois