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The architecture revolution
Rapid change and complexity are norms, and innovation the fuel in the technology industry. Today’s revolutions – including cloud, as-a-service, social media and the internet of things – will be soon followed by new innovations.
At Grant Thornton, we’ll work with you to capitalise on all the opportunities and to manage the inherent risks the industry has to offer, and help you stay one step ahead.
Why Grant Thornton?
Whether your goal is to enter new markets, scale your operations, manage costs, find funding or comply with regulations, we have the insight and experienced judgement to help you succeed.
We’ll listen closely to your needs so we can develop solutions tailored to you. Our forward-thinking teams keep abreast of developments as new technologies are introduced and evolve. They can provide you with early insights into the issues emerging and innovative companies confront. These include managing intellectual capital, executing mergers and acquisitions and understanding the complex tax environment.
We can also help you to identify and manage risk and compliance needs, as regulatory and policy environments evolve around the globe to keep pace with technology innovation.
If you have ambitions to take your business public or engage in M&A, we’ll support you with the process across major stock exchanges and other smaller markets and strategic acquirers so you can find the path.
The telecommunications industry is capital-intensive, with operators investing heavily in licences and network infrastructure. Deregulation, increased competition and technological advances characterise the industry. Operators have responded by offering complex bundled arrangements to customers through a range of different distribution channels, and by investing in the acquisition and retention of customers.
Recognising that this industry is highly specialised, we at Grant Thornton have established a network of global professionals to provide a full range of services to this industry.