Carriers World 2018
Feb 8, 2019
A new article from ngena Managing Director Alessandro Adriani has been published recently in business magazine Connected World. Titled “Why digitization is changing its protagonists or: How the digital transformation is transforming the teleco industry” it describes “what telecommunications provider do, to survive the digitization of their businesses and how they react to the fast-changing environments of today’s business life”.
Adriani states: “Telecom carriers need to keep up with the speed of developments, as their network connectivity services are core for all ongoing digital activities.” Therefore, telcos need to adopt to the new trends and technologies themselves. And this is the reason why new operating models like ngena’s have arrived with the aim to transform the classical telco wholesale business.
“From our perspective, the potential power of this model is really impressive. It’s a transformative initiative that combines an innovative business model based on a sharing economy model, strong industrial partnerships, a cloud-first, software-based technology platform, and a high degree of process automation. Together these attributes enable the alliance of partners to uniquely address the needs of multinational enterprises, leapfrog the classic competition and to change the way how a complete industry is delivering data connectivity services to its customers today.”
The complete article can be found here: https://connect-world.com/digital-transformation-powering-the-global-economy/
Since August 2017, Jörg is the Head of Marketing at Frankfurt-based telecommunications start-up ngena, the ‘Next Generation Enterprise Network Alliance’, where he is responsible for building a global brand for the international telco alliance. Before joining ngena, he worked as Head of Communications Central Europe at British Cloud software vendor Sage Group plc for more than 10 years. From 2004 to 2007 he acted as Director Internal & External Communications at British telco operator COLT Telecom. Jörg, who holds a Master of Arts in Philosophy and Comparative Literature, started his career as a journalist for the German IT-business magazine iCONOMY.