Case Study: Tencent's Mobile Strategy
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|出版日期: 2014年07月11日||內容資訊: 英文 PPT and PDF (28 slides)||
Tencent has used free OTT communication app WeChat to establish a significant mobile Internet user base and lead users to other monetisable services.
Tencent is the leading 'one-stop shop' Internet portal in China, having gained substantial scale across a range of activities. Its QQ IM service had 868 million monthly active users (MAUs) worldwide as of March 2014, its Qzone social network had 644 million MAUs, its WeChat (known as Weixin in China) OTT communications app had 396 million MAUs, and its advanced casual games had an average of 6.9 million concurrent users.
Cesar Bachelet (Senior Analyst) Cesar has more than 25 years' experience of the telecoms industry, and specialises in multi-play services, with a focus on traditional pay-TV and over-the-top (OTT) video services, as well as emerging services and devices within the digital home. He has also conducted research and delivered presentations on a wide range of topics, including fixed and mobile voice and broadband services, as well as bundling and convergence strategies. Cesar contributes to various Consumer services research programmes, primarily Fixed Broadband and Multi-Play, Next-Generation Services and Digital Economy. He is also involved in various media-focused consulting projects.
Before joining Analysys Mason, Cesar worked for various analyst companies, including Ovum. Prior to this, he worked for telecoms operator BT, where he held a range of positions, including Competitor Analyst in the Consumer Division (now BT Retail) and Market Analyst in BT Ignite's Application Service Provision (ASP) unit (now BT Global Services), for 14 years.
Satvik Singhania (Research Analyst) Satvik joined Analysys Mason in 2012 as a Research Analyst in the Singapore office and works on our Asia-Pacific research programme. He has taken part in and led a number of key research projects as well as been involved in examining and forecasting the overall size of the telecoms market in developed and developing Asia-Pacific and producing market reports for various Asian countries. Before joining Analysys Mason, Satvik was a strategy and risk management consultant at Dragonfly, where he oversaw a number of projects in alternative energy investments for an oil major. Satvik has a degree in Economics and Finance from the Singapore Management University.