Independent telecom providers are just now beginning to witness firsthand the magnitude of the industry reformation promised by the National Broadband Plan and the network transition to IP technology. With that experience comes the sense that to manage successfully in such a chaotic time, you must "unlearn" as much as you learn if you expect to have the vision to get your company in sync with so many evolutionary operational and business parameters. Propelled by broadband's momentum, telecom is evolving from what it "used to be" to something startling ... something still taking shape. Peering into the mist to make sense of what lies ahead may be the key to help you anticipate and begin to plan for what's coming.
The JSI Management Services team has honed a singular focus of helping senior staff and boards of directors achieve their corporate goals. JSI has succeeded in this pursuit because we partner with clients from start to finish in the decision-making process. With a near-half-century's worth of experience and an expansive client base, we have seen what works - and what doesn't. Strengthened by years of industry leadership, JSI is uniquely positioned to steer clients toward management practices best suited for the broadband environment and designed to contend with radical developments in technology, service delivery, and marketplace shifts. From business evolution planning ... to the board-management partnership ... to business and revenue continuity, JSI's Management Services staff devise action plans focused on your specific needs and service objectives.
As a proven advisor to telecom providers, JSI knows where the industry has been. As a respected consultant recognized for its expertise, JSI regularly responds to requests for policy input; thus, we know where the industry may be heading. Yet, above all, we know community based telecom providers and understand the complexities of offering service in rural America. That's why JSI's Management Services division exists ... to help you gain from our insight, to learn from the experiences of others, and more bluntly, to maintain your prospects for success.