Condition Analysis

Regularly reconsider behaviors and usage volumes

The initial negotiation of a framework agreement, such as in the mobile and fixed network sectors, is a challenge. Appropriate safeguards and scenarios should be included to address current and future site or user requirements. In this context, user behavior is an important perspective, which contains conclusions about required packages and services.

This is an ongoing process, even after switching to a more current contract model. Employees are given new tasks, the volume of communication is changing and the use of mobile data is increasing year on year.

In order to use the full potential of your contractual basis, changing behaviors and usage volumes need to be reconsidered on a regular basis. 

For this purpose, msg has developed an evaluation model optimized for provider services, which we can use to record and analyze your fixed and mobile network contracts and identify specific areas for action.

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Alexander Goeschl

Alexander Göschl
Head of Sales & Consulting

alexander.goeschl@msg.group

What challenges do we want to address?

Do you want to put your existing rate plan structure to the test?

Do you want to optimize your individual contracts in line with use and demand?

Do you want to receive concrete measures on improvement opportunities?

Is professional advice and experience in the market important to you?

Why we are convinced that we have the right answer?

Thanks to our many years of activity in the communications market, we have the necessary expertise to assist you with your needs.

Our existing methods and tools deliver a meaningful and user-based result.

At the end, we provide you with a comprehensive catalog of possible recommendations for action or a rate plan classification matrix including a calculation of the effects.

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Alexander Goeschl

Alexander Göschl
Head of Sales & Consulting

alexander.goeschl@msg.group