African Business Telephony Markets

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This study analyses the African business telephony market in detail by examining the various challenges, drivers and restraints that are characteristic of this market and by analysing the trends that are influencing the market. Revenue, price and unit shipment estimates and forecasts are provided. Revenue in this study represents manufacturer-level sales of telephony system extensions.

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African Business Telephony Markets, Market OverviewResearch OverviewExecutive SummaryScope and MethodologyScope of the StudyResearch MethodologyIntroductionOverviewMarket DefinitionsAfrican Business Telephony Markets, State of the MarketIndustry AnalysisSnapshotMarket Engineering MeasurementsIndustry ChallengesMarket TrendsSeveral Governments are Undertaking Structural ReformsIncreased Levels of Capital InvestmentCreation of Regional Bodies for Economic CooperationAfrican Business Telephony Markets, Market Analysis and ForecastsMarket AnalysisMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket Share by Line ShipmentsMarket Share AnalysisOpportunity AnalysisMarket ForecastsAssumptions and Factors Affecting ForecastsRevenue ForecastsLine Shipment ForecastsPricing AnalysisAverage Price ForecastsAfrican Business Telephony Markets, Geographic AnalysisRegional AnalysisOverviewNorthern AfricaSouthern AfricaCentral AfricaWestern AfricaAfrican Business Telephony Markets, Competitor AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisSummaryVendor ProfilesAlcatel-LucentAvayaCiscoEricssonInter-TelLG ElectronicsNECNortelPanasonicSiemens Enterprise CommunicationsToshibaAfrican Business Telephony Markets, Conclusions and RecommendationsConclusions and RecommendationsOur Last Word




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