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Altman Solon named Germany’s #1 TMT consultancy firm for 10th straight year

Altman Solon has been confirmed as the leading TMT consultancy firm in a survey published today by CAPITAL, a prominent German business magazine. Research institute WGMB again ranked Altman Solon as #1 in the telecommunications and media industries. The company successfully defended this position since 2012 outpacing other global strategy firms, like McKinsey, BCG, Bain, and Oliver Wyman.

Altman Solon is a global top-management consultancy firm whose expertise spans the areas of 5G, fiber, data centers, cloud, video content, OTT, social networks, online gaming, e-commerce, chipsets, mobile, IoT, and many other-TMT focused topics.

“Being ranked the leading advisor on telecommunications and media and thereby defending this position for 10 years underscores the consistently great work we deliver to our clients,” said Patrick Bellenbaum, Managing Partner at Altman Solon. “Leading companies around the world trust our experience and technological expertise in a field characterized by complexity, rapid change, strong competition, and continuous innovation.”

WGMB’s ranking of consulting firms by TMT industry expertise

“Our success is due to our outstanding team,” says Matthias Hamel, Partner at Altman Solon. “Our consultants are passionate about our markets and transform this into strategies generating sustainable value for our clients. 2021 was a landmark year for Altman Solon. We opened several new offices in America and Europe and expanded our presence in the Asian markets with a new office in Singapore and an acquisition in Australia, and we substantially grew the headcount of our global team.”

The German research institute WGMB conducted the survey for the eighth time, and the findings were published in issue 1/22 of CAPITAL, a leading German business magazine. The Hidden Champion award  honours specialized but comparatively less known consulting firms for their level of expertise based on a survey of detailed feedback of more than a thousand executives of large German companies.

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