Monday, June 21, 2010

100 Telecom Research and Consulting Firms

1. Mckinsey

2. BCG

3. Booz

4. Bain

5. AT Kearney


7. Deloitte


9. PwC

10. E&Y

11. Cap Gemini

12 . Accenture

13. AD Little

14. IBM

15. Hitachi Consulting

16. PA Consulting

17. Diamond

18. Monitor

19. SDG

20. Roland Berger

21. Oliver Wyman

22. IDC

23. Gartner

24. Frost & Sullivan

25. Forrester

26. Yankee Group

27. In Stat

28. Pyramid Research

29. ABI Research

30. Juniper Research

31. Infonetics

32. Ovum

33. mmc Consulting

34. Delta Partners

35. Altman Vilandrie

36. Analysys Mason

37. Maravedis

38. Chetan Sharma

39. GigaOM

40. Pike Research

41. Hot Telecom

42. Paul Budde

43. iSuppli

44. Insight Research

45. TeleResearch Labs

46. IDate

47. IMS Research

48. TeleGeography

49. Telecompaper

50. DellOro

51. Strategy Analytics

52. Network Strategies

53. Gerson Lehrman Group

54. Onda Analytics

55. Canalys

56. Information Gatekeepers

57. Technology Futures

58. Technology Business Research

59. Northern Sky Research

60. Tonse Telecom

61. Knowledge Faber

62. CSMG Global

63. Berg Insight

64. Darnell

65. EJL Wireless Research

66. Mind Commerce

67. Informa Telecoms Media

68. Visiongain

69. Value Partners

70. Greenwich Consulting

71. Sofrecom

72. InfoCom

73. Point Topic

74. Telecom Strategy Partners

75. inCode Telecom

76. Detecon Consulting

77. InterConnect Communications

78. Mobius Consulting

79. Kerton Group

80. AMI Partners

81. Asia Pacific Research Group

82. Practel

83. Telsyte

84. Euro Technology Japan

85. Telecommunications Insight

86. Tarifica

87. West Technology Research Solutions

88. Mobile Market Development

89. Terabit Consulting

90. Futures Perfect

91. Plum Consulting

92. Signals Research

93. Senza Fili Consulting

94. Sidecut Reports

95. Disruptive Analysis

96. ARC Chart

97. Telecoms Pricing

98. Red Mobile Consulting

99. Coda Research Consultancy

100. Neu Mobile

101. Arab Advisors Group

102. Balancing Act Africa

103. Omnitele

104. Rysavy Research

105. Northstream

106. Rethink Research

107. STL Partners

108. Mobile Experts

108. Europraxis Consulting

109. comScore

110. Innovation Observatory

Telecom News Portals & Blogs

1. Rethink Wireless

2. Mashable

3. Satellite Today

4. Telecom Asia

5. Wireless Federation

6. Engadget

7. Fierce Wireless

8. Connected Planet Online

9. Green Telecom Live

10. Ira Brodsky

11. Open Gardens

12. MSearchgroove

13. Light Reading

14. TechCrunch

15. Total Telecom

16. Network World

17. LTE Portal

18. TelecomPK

19. Telecoms Europe

20. Telecoms

21. Capacity Media

22. Telecom Engine

23. Commsday

24. Voicendata

25. Telecom Tiger

26. Telecom Ramblings

27. AME Telecom Week

Telecom Government Resources

1. Regulatory Bodies

2. ITU



Little bit of information of my new book:


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A Business Fiction book - "Who is that lady?"

The book is about an idea that is converted into a billion dollar business, about a belief that an idea can be implemented and about formulating right strategy for converting an idea into a business. The plot harmoniously weaves around complex business fundamentals, required to set up, run and make a business successful, presented in lucid, easy to understand style. The novel is about implementation, about challenges that can be overcome, about success, about friendship, about passion, and about fun above all! All in all a hilarious and inspiring story on entrepreneurship and idea possibilities!

The book has got good and encouraging reviews from readers so far.

Dr. T. R. Madanmohan ( Ex Associate Professor IIM Bangalore ) says, “Reading ‘Who is that lady?’ brought vividly the moments of celebration and anguish of "identification of business opportunity", validation and construction of business model and implementation. A wonderful, written as a novel, that should be read by all current and future business leaders. Wish the book was available around 2005 for my class of Managing Technology led business at IIM Bangalore. I am sure the class would have devoured and gained much more from the book.” 

Sathish Sheshadri ( Management Consultant at IBM) says, “India is renowned for using stories to convey great life lessons. Who is that Lady could well become such a legendary story on the topic of innovation and entrepreneurship. Everyone from students to CEOs will find a lot to reflect on, from the pearls of wisdom that the authors have shared through the protagonist, Pratik.”

Major Pooja Gupta says, “The book makes you think... if there is anything in this world which is impossible.”

Subir Dhar (Principal Consultant at Infosys) says, “This book will inspire India’s restless youth to take up entrepreneurship.”

Neerav Nimesh (Entrepreneur) says, “An entertaining book, which is not only a good novel but also a very good book on management. The author has been able to explain the fundamentals of every aspect of business whether marketing, planning, strategy, organizational structure, H.R., lines of communication, team work, goal setting etc and has done so without appearing to dispense "gyan".

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