for emerging broadband, wireless and VoIP network operators as well as
content / Web 2.0 service providers.
Many years ago while I was
market development for Motorola, I was struck by an article in The
Economist by Frances Cairncross entitled "The death of distance".
Although I have long ago lost the article and forgot much of the facts
contained within, I still recall the impact that article had on me: the
global communications industry was going to be changing rapidly over
the course of my lifetime. And it has. And it continues to do so.
The speed of change has been faster, I would venture to say,
than many of us have expected. Recently The Economist ran another
article, this one by Tom Standage, entitled, "Your television is
ringing". The old telecom model is dying and the convergence of voice,
data, video, gaming and other new media is exciting and disruptive. I
am proud to have been a part of some of the companies driving that
And I want to be a part of many others by helping emerging technology
companies respond to the opportunities presented by this historic sea
change in communications. Developing a product is one thing; bringing
it successfully to market through a scalable global delivery mechanism
is quite another. Having all of these pieces internally as a start up
is difficult. Here, NaviGo Global can help. We do not purport to be all
things to all companies. We are focused on assisting emerging
broadband, wireless and VoIP network operators as well as content / Web
2.0 service providers through consulting, technology and partnerships.
We add real, tangible value to your organization, quickly. We are
relaxed, succinct and have fun. And our Clients become our friends.
My partners and I look forward to hearing from you directly.
Thank you for visiting us at NaviGo Global.