If you want an idea of the complexity of an operator’s business today, then look no further than the labyrinthine halls at Mobile World Congress (MWC). This year’s exhibition in Barcelona will feature more than 1,700 companies, occupying 94,000 square meters of space across eight exhibition halls.
You might need location-based services just to navigate your way through the week.
Telcos face a huge and growing choice of software applications, hardware, devices and service partners that promise to help them deliver an ever-richer experience to end users. Such diversity brings the chance of new business opportunities for operators in areas such as the Internet of Things, Connected Objects/M2M, content delivery and vertical enterprise services.
But all that choice can make it hard to visualize how innovative technologies fit with existing systems and can be used to meet business goals. So why not cut to the chase and let Capgemini show you through its Lab’ innovation, an exciting addition to MWC.
Lab’ innovation offers concrete examples of how Telcos and media companies, as well as organizations in other forward-thinking sectors, are harnessing innovation to transform the way in which they do business; Capgemini trust innovation will accelerate positive transformation. At its heart is a large touch-screen table that enables companies to model, simulate and visualize how new tools and business strategies could apply to their existing systems. Companies across all sectors also see how new software tools will impact cost reduction, innovation, time-to-market and customer experience.
If you miss Lab’ innovation at MWC, you can pay us a visit away from the bustle of Barcelona. The Lab’ innovation network already extends over five continents, enabling our teams to tap into innovation across different industry sectors and geographies. To find out more please contact me on email@example.com.