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Camille Mendler

Chief Analyst, Enterprise Services

Country UK

Experience 24+ years

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Camille Mendler is Chief Analyst, Enterprise Services. With more than 25 years' multi-disciplinary experience in the digital economy, she has a global remit to anticipate key shifts in B2B demand patterns with a current focus on how 5G is disrupting enterprise ecosystems.
Her consultancy projects solve go-to-market challenges: identifying buyer segments, creating effective value propositions, and determining sales channel mix. Areas of expertise include managed and professional services, cloud and SaaS, and private networks.

During her tenure at Omdia, Camille has launched SoHo and SME and Enterprise Verticals intelligence services. She serves as a judge for the GSMA’s GLOMO Awards and TM Forum’s Excellence Awards.

Camille has advised organizations including the International Telecommunications Union, Open Society Foundations and World Bank. She has also worked as a telecom contract negotiator, expert witness in dark fiber matters and technology journalist.

Camille won a research fellowship in Russian Area Studies from Georgetown University and holds a bachelor’s in journalism and Russian from Northwestern University.

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  • Rethinking the LAN in a 5G world

    Service Providers

    Rethinking the LAN in a 5G world

    Transformed economics, rising demand

  • Enterprises top 5 LAN problems

    Service Providers

    Private networks: The boring truth

    The boring truth about private networks is this: most private networks are local area networks, and enterprises desperately need someone else to manage them.

  • Can 5G make you a superhuman?

    Service Providers

    Can 5G make you a superhuman?

    It's time to talk frankly about the impact of 5G on the human workforce. Mapping common workstyles to 5G's capabilities yields surprising results.

  • Enterprise 5G: Who's really paying the bill?

    Service Providers

    Enterprise 5G: Who's really paying the bill?

    It's easier and faster for microenterprises and SMES to switch to 5G but they are arguably the most overlooked market actors in the emerging 5G world.

  • Cisco can teach you a thing or two

    Enterprise Services

    Cisco can teach you a thing or two

    Thriving in the digital economy is becoming a race for skills – and keeping them up to date.

  • Inside sales and the 5G future

    Enterprise Services, Enterprise Technology IT, Enterprise De...

    Inside sales and the 5G future

    As 5G enables new service creation, inside sales teams will have growing importance.

  • Don't be dumb, help SMEs get smart

    Enterprise Services, Enterprise Technology IT, Enterprise De...

    Don't be dumb, help SMEs get smart

    Simple, fast, and cheap can no longer cut it as a value proposition to SMEs. There’s a proven gap for someone to provide digital advice to the world’s increasingly savvy SME.

  • Support your B2B problem child

    Enterprise Services, Enterprise Decision Maker

    Support your B2B problem child

    They’re fickle, demanding, and expensive to have around, but micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises are also the biggest untapped opportunity for revenue growth that digital service providers currently have.

  • The real story behind WhatsApp Business

    Service Provider Markets, Enterprise Services, Enterprise De...

    The real story behind WhatsApp Business

    WhatsApp's planned foray into the B2B market is making waves.

  • Consumer IoT: Beware the banality of data

    Enterprise Services, Enterprise Decision Maker

    Consumer IoT: Beware the banality of data

    Beware: IoT technology is misused for consumer misdirection, the creation of irrelevant data produced in the guise of delivering customer service.

  • Digital Consumer Insights, Consumer and Entertainment Servic...

    How to capture B2B opportunities in the digital age