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TXO Systems specializes in advising communications service providers (CSPs) on asset management, maximizing the value of CSP assets through reuse, resale, and recycling, and supplying spare parts.


  • TXO has a good sales track record, working with both OEMs and approximately 75% of the largest 100 telcos worldwide. Given telcos’ constrained capex budgets, many telcos may benefit from working with a company like TXO.
  • TXO aims to help telcos manage their assets better and supports this goal with a deep inventory of spare parts: roughly 600,000 parts available across 850 manufacturers.
  • TXO's revenues for the fiscal year ended March 2014 reached roughly £20m. The company hopes to double revenues within three fiscal years, growing employee count from about 90 in 2014 to 120 by 2017.

Features and Benefits

  • Understand the problem telcos face with poor asset management
  • Learn what TXO aims to do to improve a telcos' network efficiency and asset utilization

Key questions answered

  • In a constrained capex climate, will telcos likely be more inclined to work with TXO, and if so how?
  • What services does TXO offer to telcos, and what is the scope of a typical engagement?
  • How does TXO position itself in the market?

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  • Background
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  • Business model and commercial strategy


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