Private Equity And Telecom: Managing The Portfolio's Enterprise Contracts

Sapronov, Walt
September 2007
Business Communications Review;Sep2007, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p12
Trade Publication
This article discusses how the convergence of telecommunications and Internet protocol (IP) has redefined the way that businesses buy voice, data, and other services. When many enterprises are part of a private equity portfolio, this convergence presents significant cost savings and opportunities. Because of the complications that can arise due to this convergence, private equity firms must address contract issues and complications. Private Equity firms have reshaped the corporate landscape by taking stakes in once public companies.


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