A recent report published in the Economic Times, says that Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) could get the Vodafone’s Enterprise business deal, which is estimated to be valued at $150 million for three years. However, many industry experts and analysts believe that NSN needs to get its act together to get this deal.
“I am little surprised with the development. However, a lot of things are dependent on the contract details. Even if they get the deal, they will have to rely on subcontracting, largely because they lack some critical capabilities for enterprise offerings as compared to some of the other competitors competing for the deal,” says Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO, Greyhound Research.
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