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AT&T(Strategic 100 2010)

AT&T(Strategic 100 2010)

This year AT&T delivered new mobile payment applications, turning smart phones into point-of-sale devices, to enhance productivity and cash flow as well as minimise back office processes.

Global HQ: Dallas, Texas, US Website: www.att.com

Global leader: Randall L. Stephenson, chairman and CEO

NZ leader: Roger Payne, AT&T New Zealand general manager

Core activity: Telecommunications

Revenue: US$123 billion (FY2009 ended December 31)

Key customers: Fonterra, Fisher & Paykel Appliances, IBM NZ

AT&T has adopted a ‘three-screen’ integration strategy to deliver services across mobile devices, PCs and televisions. It has also expanded video offerings to include next-generation television services – AT&T’s newest application on the iPhone enables subscribers to watch free, selected TV shows on their handsets.

This year AT&T delivered new mobile payment applications, turning smart phones into point-of-sale devices, to enhance productivity and cash flow as well as minimise back office processes.

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