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Friday, May 17, 2019

The potential of ISPs to turn to the OMV world is to add value and understand Cloud tools

During one of yesterday's panels of Internet Day, the strengths and weaknesses of the ISPs were addressed in the face of an incursion into the mobile business. Marcelo Erlich, president of ITC Antel, stressed that the client portfolio should be exploited in a kind of "economy of inverse scale": the management of a limited user agenda gives a differential and a capacity of dedication to the client, compared to the big operators To this must be added Cloud tools, virtualization and digital transformation, and understand the market that seeks to address.

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