Podcast: How To Manage Network Transformation And Optimise Your Business Case
Joining TNC’s podcast host, CEO John Waterhouse, to share her expertise is TNC’s Head of Managed Services, Clare Tyndall.
In this episode Clare answers a series of questions on the topic of network transformation and optimising your business case:
- Why should large organisations be thinking about transforming their networks?
- We all know that transforming networks is complex, and ensuring you develop and deliver your business case can be problematic. Can you talk us through the main risks to be aware of?
- How can TNC help to take the pain out of these transformations?
- What advice do you have for our listeners in terms of next steps?
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