Finance, Management, global communication
Over the years, the global communication landscape has undergone remarkable expansion owing to the presence of accelerating desire to attain global connectivity paced by the technology network. The trend emerges from an increasing desire of timely and accurate information as presently a compelling reality, reshaping and affecting the entire world population no matter the level of connection. Alike other technology and information dependent sectors' posting a remarkable growth, the mobile sector has become a vital sector with an estimated 6.5 billion connection across the globe (Vodafone 20).
In this regard, the sector present profitability places participating service providers in the best chance to tap into the accelerating demand to
generate seamless revenue by providing communication solutions to the global population yearning for high speed access to information. Outstandingly, since its inception in 1984, Vodafone Group PLC operations have grown beyond the Newbury boundaries to become a leading icon in offering mobile telecommunication services across the globe. Its geographical presence is expanding in tandem with the number of mobile phone users and penetration of smartphones and tablets.
[...] For instance, the company debt to total capital ratio was a positive trend from in 2012. However, of great concern is the current ratio of 0.7458 indicative of the company's huge bills to meet with its current assets. However, the company reprieve is evident in the quick ratio of 0.7314 demonstrating its ability to meet its current obligations (Financial Times Para 4). Although, the share price attained a high of 199+ demonstrating a descent of steady share appreciation, the Surname 7 entire telecom sector is cheaper to invest in given the recent plans to increase the dividend payout across the telecommunication sector. [...]
[...] This is revealed by measuring the mobile service market share in key markets, by March 2012 the company had 35% Uganda, Surname Italy UK Spain South Africa and 21% India. Over time, delivering value and sustained efficiency translates into the company network supporting over 404 million customers, carrying 1 trillion minutes of call and 324 billion texts (Vodafone 33). In addition, operating at scale enables the company to secure substantial cost savings per unit activities through offshoring operations to low cost zones, outsourcing non-core operations to support parties and initiating resource-sharing agreements with other operators (Pieters and Deegan 8). [...]
[...] Outstandingly, since its inception in 1984, Vodafone Group PLC operations have grown beyond the Newbury boundaries to become a leading icon in offering mobile telecommunication services across the globe. Its geographical presence is expanding in tandem with the number of mobile phone users and penetration of smartphones and tablets. Currently, the company provides a series of communication products and services such as voice communications, devices, messaging, and data packets in addition to fixed-line solutions to enable customers to meet their complete communication requirements. [...]
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[...] However, with the mobile penetration reaching the growth story of the global market is fading leaving the company as a utility player. Notably, the company cashflow strength demonstrates an attractive venture for investors given the historical performance of the share yield from a low of in 2002 to the current forecast of 7%. The company performance using the enterprise segment approach sets the company apart from the crowded industry. Distinctively, annual dividend growth demonstrates a steady in line with the company target, demonstrating a positive sign where only a few companies in the telecommunications services pay dividends. [...]
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