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The Telecoms services forecast for large enterprises: Western Europe 2017–2022

The Telecoms services forecast for large enterprises: Western Europe 2017–2022

Revenue from legacy services to large enterprises is declining in Western Europe. Growth opportunities will arise primarily from delivering cloud based business services and supporting the growing volumes of IoT devices. This report provides a regional outlook for operators, including country views for France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

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Executive summary

Executive summary: Operators’ revenue from large enterprises will be sustained by growth in other business services and IoT

 

Regional forecasts

Operators’ revenue from large enterprises will remain stable, although the mix of services used will gradually shift

Revenue will be buoyed by an increase in IoT deployment, as legacy mobile services decline

Fixed service revenue will begin to decline as the impact of falling Ethernet prices affects the dedicated connections market

Large enterprises will continued to migrate to higher bandwidth services

The market for other business services continues to grow as enterprises migrate more of their business functions to the cloud

Further growth will be more limited in some countries, but in others there is significant opportunity for take-up to increase

Key other business services for telecoms operators include co-location and hosting, private cloud, and security

 

Country-level forecasts

France: Revenue will gradually fall, as growth in other business services is no longer able to offset the decline in legacy services

Germany: Strong growth in other business services will enable operators to achieve revenue growth

Italy: Deployment of IoT will fuel growth in connectivity revenue, while other business services also gain traction

Spain: Growth of IoT and other business services is supporting a recovery in large enterprise revenue

Sweden: Revenue will gradually decline, due to price pressure on services that are already close to saturation

UK: Overall revenue will be almost flat, and the shift from voice to data and other services will continue gradually

 

Forecast methodology and assumptions

Presentation of results

Market definition

Modelling approach

Mobile services

Fixed services

Other business services

Geographical region

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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Connections for large enterprises and CAGRs by type of connection, Western Europe, 2017–2022

Figure 2: Telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, Western Europe, 2013–2022

Figure 3: Percentage of telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises in 2017 and CAGRs for 2017–2022 by service type, Western Europe

Figure 4: Telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, Western Europe, 2013–2022

Figure 5: Average annual mobile services spend per employee in large enterprises by country and service type, 2017

Figure 6: Mobile service retail revenue and connections for large enterprises, Western Europe, 2013–2022

Figure 7: Average annual fixed services spend per site in large enterprises by country and service type, 2017

Figure 8: Fixed service retail revenue and connections for large enterprises, Western Europe, 2013–2022

Figure 9: Large enterprise fixed data connections by connection type, Western Europe, 2013–2022

Figure 10: Other business services whole market retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, Western Europe, 2013–2022

Figure 11: Average annual other business services spend per employee in large enterprises by country, 2017

Figure 12: Percentage of large enterprises (excluding the financial sector) using selected cloud computing services, 2016

Figure 13: Other business services retail revenue from large enterprises by service type and provider and operators’ share of this revenue by service type, Western Europe, 2022

Figure 14: Connections for large enterprises and CAGRs by type of connection, France, 2017–2022

Figure 15: Telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, France, 2013–2022

Figure 16: Connections for large enterprises and CAGRs by type of connection, Germany, 2017–2022

Figure 17: Telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, Germany, 2013–2022

Figure 18: Connections for large enterprises and CAGRs by type of connection, Italy, 2017–2022

Figure 19: Telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, Italy, 2013–2022

Figure 20: Connections for large enterprises and CAGRs by type of connection, Spain, 2017–2022

Figure 21: Telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, Spain, 2013–2022

Figure 22: Connections for large enterprises and CAGRs by type of connection, Sweden, 2017–2022

Figure 23: Telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, Sweden, 2013–2022

Figure 24: Connections for large enterprises and CAGRs by type of connection, UK, 2017–2022

Figure 25: Telecoms operators’ retail revenue from large enterprises by service type, UK, 2013–2022

Figure 26: Percentage of SME and large enterprises, employees and business sites by enterprise size, Western Europe, 2017

Figure 27: Diagram of the forecast modelling approach

Figure 28: Definitions and key drivers for mobile services

Figure 29: Definitions and key drivers for fixed services

Figure 30: Definitions and key drivers for other business services

Figure 31: Regional breakdown used in this report

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