Operator-initiated app programs have met little success (so far)

The recent demise of the Wholesale Applications Community (WAC) appears to be another example of the difficulties the operator community has catering relevant and appealing programs for the developer community. How will other initiatives such as RCSe fare in the face of the WAC getting folded in the GSMA? Further, are operators still just trying to reinvent the wheel when it comes to meeting the needs of developers? Find out in this special report.

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