In recent weeks, there has been a real rush by mainstream operators of national scope on alternative BtoB operators. This is the case, for example, of Iliad's acquisition of a stake in Jaguar Network or Bouygues Télécom's acquisition of Keyyo and Nerim.
While the operators concerned did not comment, Channelnews interviewed 4 of their colleagues to decipher this new phenomenon: Patrice Bélie from Adista; David Brette from Sewan; Lionel Marchaud from Hexanet and Laurent Silvestri from OpenIP.
Structured around 5 questions, these interviews make it possible not only to analyse this movement but also its consequences: is this impulse not the consequence of the financial precariousness of alternative operators; is this process not the sign of the failure of Arcep's policy to perpetuate this ecosystem of alternative operators?
Topics such as the loss of innovation capacity, responsiveness and agility needed by the SME customers of these alternative operators and the future of this phenomenon are also discussed.
Source : Channelnews