Is the traditional economic structure of the wireless communications space finally coming to an end? As circuit-switched voice communications gives way to social computing, what is the potential for reshuffling the margin pools in the industry and how can emerging communications players from across the value system survive and thrive?
In this talk, Roettgering examines the fundamental sources of value creation in the mobile value system and consider what changes are on the horizon.
While carriers have long been viewed as the enemy of innovation, they do have a long term vision for continuing the evolution of customer communications.
Mark Roettgering leads the Corporate Strategy & Analysis Team at T-Mobile USA. There, he leverages his 17 years of industry and consulting experience to help the enterprise make smart decisions in the face of high uncertainty and high business complexity.
A diverse background in hardware development, manufacturing, finance, marketing, CRM, consumer research, and product development gives Mr. Roettgering a unique perspective on the multifaceted 'emerging communications' space.
Mark earned a BSEE from the University of California at Davis and an MS in Management Science from Stanford University.