The Organisational Structure of Telecommunications Companies Case Study: The OTE Group

European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, No. 3, December 2010

8 Pages Posted: 8 Apr 2011

See all articles by Madelaine Pepenel

Madelaine Pepenel

Constantin Brâncoveanu University

Ioana Iulica Voicu

Constantin Brâncoveanu University

Date Written: December 1, 2010

Abstract

Transnational corporations today are proving to be an important driver of the world economy. In turn, companies that offer mobile communications services have become important means to build bridges between people and between companies, regardless of their location. To maintain optimal functioning of these organizations, a strong and also flexible “backbone” is needed. A transnational company that is important to the Balkan region, operating in the telecommunications area, is the OTE SA company, based in Greece. The company formed together with its subsidiaries the OTE Group. The OTE Group carries out activities in Romania through the mobile subsidiary Cosmote Romania, which was imposed in our country as a major mobile operator.

Keywords: Transnational Company, Telecommunications Services, Mobile Communications

JEL Classification: A10, E00, F23

Suggested Citation

Pepenel, Madelaine and Voicu, Ioana Iulica, The Organisational Structure of Telecommunications Companies Case Study: The OTE Group (December 1, 2010). European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, No. 3, December 2010. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1804512

Madelaine Pepenel (Contact Author)

Constantin Brâncoveanu University ( email )

Ribinelor 14-16
Piteşti
Romania

Ioana Iulica Voicu

Constantin Brâncoveanu University ( email )

Ribinelor 14-16
Piteşti
Romania

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