Teleaus is Taking Market Share From Bigger Telco Consulting Services. Find Out How They’re Doing It

Teleaus is Taking Market Share From Bigger Telco Consulting Services. Find Out How They're Doing It

Analysts predict that the industrial services market is expected to be worth approximately USD 65 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 6.96%.

According to Precedence Research, the global industrial services market will be worth $37.95 billion in 2022. In recent years, the demand for process-related services has gone through the roof. This is because businesses have been trying to lower their operational costs. Businesses that provide similar essential services across various industries, such as consultancy, computer, and financial services, are expanding and are expected to grow rapidly in the coming years.

Teleaus looks to capitalize

Teleaus, a fast-rising firm in Australia, has progressed evidently in the competitive telco consulting market. The company has dominated the market share of much larger, more established telco consulting services through competitive pricing and high-quality services.

The business has a group of experts, led by CEO Zahangir Alam, who can advise and help clients with all facets of their telecommunications needs. This includes assisting customers in choosing the appropriate products and services, offering technical support, and offering guidance on optimizing networks.

“I developed a win-win business strategy for my organization. My business wants to connect people from all walks of life through technology services. It raises the bar for technology,” Alam shares, “I believe that mine and the team’s tenacity and labor got us where we are today.”

At the forefront of telecommunications consulting

Teleaus has successfully combined a distinctive mix of infrastructure services and cutting-edge technology-based solutions since its inception to provide the market with an alluring value proposition. For instance, the company has been offering engineering design and field services to major telecommunications carriers for more than decade. Thousands of projects in the fixed-line and wireless spaces have been successfully completed within this timeframe. These projects have utilized fiber and copper technologies and 4G/5G networks.

In addition, Teleaus offers its clients a wide range of cloud services, allowing them to move their operations to the cloud. For its partners, this ultimately leads to simplification and scalability.

The exploration of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) is one of Teleaus’ most innovative developments. As a technology-based company, the business gradually built up a solid internal AI capability that resulted in the creation of Anfactor, a system that combines data and multidisciplinary processes with artificial intelligence (AI) to develop automated business solutions. It does this by using algorithms to draw knowledge and insights from both structured and unstructured data.

What’s next?

Teleaus offers an extensive array of telecommunications services, multi-technology design, construction, and consultancy through its distinctive delivery model. These services encompass specialized areas such as geospatial engineering and spatial data engineering, among others.

What started with three employees specializing in fiber design for NBN in 2011 has scaled much further throughout the years. Over 100 employees and contractors began delivering the design and construction of NBN projects in 2018-2019, marking it as the company’s largest expansion to date. Teleaus has also expanded to four additional international offices in the US, Canada, New Zealand, and Bangladesh.

Zahangir says, “My journey to creating Teleaus taught me that you have to gather enough courage to start on your own. We run a business that is committed to mutually beneficial outcomes by uniting people from different backgrounds through the medium of technological services. I believe that our doggedness and perseverance have led us to this point in technological advancement.”

To better people’s health, Alam and his team are working on a technology that will use the sequencing of the gut microbiome to produce targeted probiotics. The product is set to launch this May 2023.