Optus’ enterprise blueprint

Australia's second largest telco is hoping that leveraging its parent SingTel’s capability and experience will strengthen its enterprise portfolio, but will it be enough to tackle Telstra's dominance?

Optus Business has announced a series of initiatives for its enterprise and government customers that are well aligned with SingTel. This marks a change in the company’s direction following the recent restructuring of the group across pan-Asian lines, whereby Optus Business now is part of SingTel Group ICT, and could pave the way for more regional offerings.

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