GSMA's Anne Bouverot discusses the OTT challenge, the integration of WAC and more

Nearly one year ago Anne Bouverot took the helm of the GSMA and became the first woman to head this global association that represents more than 800 mobile operators worldwide. In a recent interview with FierceWireless Editor in Chief Sue Marek, Bouverot talked about some of the changes she implemented during her first year on the job and discussed some of the challenges of getting her members to work together quickly on such important issues as standards implementations. Bouverot, the first female director general of the GSMA, also dished on the challenges posed by over-the-top content providers, folding the Wholesale Application Community into the GSMA and the relative lack of women in top positions within the wireless industry. On the Hot Seat

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