Communications infrastructure is an important element of a functioning economy and staying updated is a challenge for telecommunications sector.

Communications infrastructure is an important element of an effective economy.

For telecommunications operators, keeping up with the pace of change driven by technology, social trends, financial market conditions and government regulation is a constant challenge – but it’s also a great opportunity.

Fixed, mobile, satellite and broadband communications each bring different but equally exciting opportunities and challenges.

Consumer demand will continue to drive the industry and the winners will be those who can embrace new and emerging technologies while managing the demands of regulation, cost and network investment.


How we can help

KPMG’s Telecommunications group works with fixed, mobile and satellite companies to address their operational, regulatory and growth agendas.

We can help with issues such as:

  • revenue assurance
  • network sharing
  • cost reduction and optimisation
  • regulation
  • data privacy and security
  • leveraging data and insights for competitive advantage
  • next generation networks
  • changing business models.

Key Contacts

CeBIT 2016 insights: Enhanced decision making

At CeBIT 2016, Jon Stone hosted a panel on leveraging technology and big data.

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CeBIT 2016 insights: Sustainable IoT framework

As part of the CeBIT 2016, KPMG hosted a panel session on the Internet of Things.

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CeBIT 2016

The 2016 CeBIT conference was held in Sydney on 2-4 May.

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Building valuable connections

Capital management in the global telecommunications sector.

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Australian Pricing Survey 2015

KPMG's inaugural Australian Pricing Survey 2015 provides insight into pricing success.

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