Whether you lead a software, hardware, semiconductor, services, storage, components or peripherals business, you know that technology demands a combination of long-term vision and on-a-dime adaptability.
Information Technology & Telecommunications
SMARTFEL’s Information Technology & Telecommunications (ITT) industry practice brings together one of the largest group of specialists respected for helping shape many of the country’s most recognized ITT brands—and helping those brands thrive in a digital world.
Information Technology and Telecommunications, once considered among the most stable industries, has seen game-changing technological disruptions in recent years. Intensive competition has driven industry consolidation as well as diversification with many providers adding non-traditional services to their portfolios.
Regulations, financial risks, currency exchange fluctuations, data privacy, short supply chains and limited supplier pools are major risk issues for telecommunications providers.
Providing expert advice to help navigate change is what SMARTFEL does best.
Our advisors are well-informed of the challenges and opportunities in these industries. Our experience and resources enable us to effectively partner with you, wherever you do business, providing insightful and innovative advice for your evolving needs.
Innovation is essential to ensure success in the technology industry. In an environment marked by shifting regulations and business models, sound fiscal practices and access to capital are more important than ever – whether companies are investing in research and development, acquisitions, new products, or overseas expansion. SMARTFEL’s professionals have experience helping clients around the globe to navigate the many issues affecting their industry and to help them meet their larger business goals.
At the centre of a continuing wave of innovation
Technology has become a vital component of every industry and growth opportunities for technology companies are many and varied.
Eight disruptive technologies
We view the following eight technologies as the most disruptive to business today:
- Artificial intelligence
- Augmented reality
- Internet of things (IoT)
- Virtual reality
- 3D printing