Keynote Perspectives Topics Getting Ready for Growth: Enabling Transformation in Asia
Service Providers in APAC are witnessing a market shift with falling ARPU for voice, a growing gap between data services and revenues, network and service convergence, all coupled with strong competition and approaching market saturation in some regions. Service providers are looking to transform their existing networks enabling operational efficiency and innovation in new services that will sustain growth in the market and meet the ever-changing expectations of the consumers. The Keynote Perspectives at Management World Asia 2012 brought together the thought leaders from enterprise customers, service providers and technology suppliers to share and discuss strategies for new innovation, ever-changing customer expectations, business transformation, operational efficiency and more. The ‘c-suite’ from leading Asian service providers will outline transformation programs taking place at the, people, culture, networks, processes and platforms levels. DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATIONS
8:40 am Chair’s Opening Remarks & Speed Networking
Speed networking will give you a chance to get to know your peers before the start of the conference and set a relaxed, informal and friendly atmosphere.
8:50 am Official Welcome Address
Khoong Hock Yun
Assistant CEO, Infrastructure & Services
9:10 am TM Forum Opening Keynote: Rethinking Communications - The Service Provider Challenge
- Understanding how the communications industry dynamics are evolving beyond recognition
- What sort of transformation do Service providers need to achieve if they are to thrive in this new industry.
- What roles will need to be fulfilled in the future industry and what transformation programs are taking place.
9:30 am CEO Executive Panel
Co-operation and Competition: Evaluating Emerging Collaboration and Co-opetition Models in Asia
‘Co-opetition’ is a term that refers to the interplay of co-operation and competition. It is a state in which competitors add value and act in a complementary manner in offering a service or product to market while continuing to compete for their share. This panel will examine this emerging trend as it unfolds in Asia.
- Examining alternative service providers, content and application providers, infrastructure sharing and MVNOs
- Assessing the viability of co-opetition to drive growth
- Determining key criteria to achieve a win-win sharing contract
Idris T. Vasi