about usanalysis, strategy, training
Technology Strategies International is a technology market analysis and strategy firm focusing on information and communication technologies (ICTs), payment systems and renewable energy.
We assist organizations in six key areas:
- Identification and assessment of growth, development and investment opportunities in the markets that we cover
- Strategic positioning
- Support and implementation of business development strategies and initiatives
- Reduction of risk on important investment decisions
- Finding investors forstart-up and high-growth technology companies
- Capacity building and training
We focus on the following industries:
- Payments and payment systems
- Telecommunications, media and technology
- Renewable energy
Our goal is to help companies to grow and to enhance the competitiveness of organizations and industries. We help our clients to develop and implement successful strategies through sound market intelligence, critical business analysis, discerning strategic insight and effective business and regulatory affairs training.
We have conducted in-depth market assessments in 70 countries across five continents. Our advisory and training services have extended to clients from more than 20 countries. Our success is driven by our extensive international experience and our in-depth insight into the markets that we serve.
We are the leading analysts in the Canadian payments industry. Established in 1995, the company has been tracking developments in this sector for the past seventeen years.
Our new in-depth investment research series examines ICT investment opportunities in emerging economies, focusing initially on selected high growth African and Latin American markets.
TSI's telecommunications training programs are geared to building the next generation of ICT leader. We design and deliver programs on all aspects of ICT business, regulation and competition. Our programs have been delivered to fixed line and mobile operators, broadcasters, regulators, training institutes and government ministries from more than 20 countries.