edotco 360: How to deliver telecoms infrastructure at the ‘right cost’

How edotco make the business case to lease rather than build towers, or to sell rather than retain passive infrastructure

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  • How to create a tight operational model to maximise efficiency
  • What should be managed locally, what should be standardised and managed centrally
  • How to add value to assets in a mature market like Sri Lanka
  • “Last mover disadvantage” – the risk of towers becoming stranded assets on the balance sheet
  • The economics of building versus leasing towers

CFO Thivanka Rangala’s job is to oversee standardisation and efficiency programs, adding value to inherited assets with a potential future IPO in mind. Of course edotco’s first responsibility is to create value for its customers, while creating a business case where it makes more sense for operators to lease than build towers, and persuading operators…

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