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Solon confirmed as leading TMT consultancy firm

For the fourth consecutive time, Solon Management Consulting has been ranked as the leading TMT consultancy firm. A survey published by CAPITAL, a prominent German business magazine, awarded Solon the title Hidden Champion in the telecommunications and media industry. Solon has successfully defended the top position and further extended its lead in this field over brands such as McKinsey and BCG.

Solon is a specialised top management consultancy firm in the areas of mobile, fixed network / fiber, data centers, software, IoT and smart city, as well as TV, print, digital media, online business models and e-commerce.

“Defending the top position three times in a row confirms Solon’s position as the thought leader in TMT,” said Patrick Bellenbaum, Partner at Solon Management Consulting. “Leading companies trust our unique experience and technological expertise in a field characterized by complexity, rapid change, strong competition and continuous innovation.”

 

Ranking of consulting firms by TMT industry expertise 

                                                                                                                               

“Solon’s success is due to our teams,” says Matthias Hamel, Partner at Solon Management Consulting. “Our selected experts are passionate about developments in our industry, and transform this into forward-looking strategies generating sustainable value for our clients.  This strategy works. In addition to our offices in Munich, London and Warsaw, Solon has opened new offices in Milan and Paris this year. As part of digitalization projects, we are increasingly supporting companies outside the TMT industries, from aviation to automotive.”

The German research institute WGMB conducted the survey for the seventh time, and the findings were published in issue 1/20 of CAPITAL, a leading German business magazine. The award honours specialized, but comparatively unknown, consulting firms for their level of expertise based on a survey of 765 C-level executives of large German companies.