Keystep’s experience in the telecommunications industry encompasses the broad spectrum of disciplines, from traditional fixed line access plays and next-generation wireless to the advanced optical communications technologies that are redefining “high-speed.”
Our core competencies have been applied to corporate restructuring and new venture startup, multidisciplinary project management, financing and investment, and strategic growth strategies for multinational equipment vendors.
“I’ve worked with Keystep on cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary foresight projects in both Canada and the US. Keystep’s focused managers can take your complex project from conception to completion. They have the business skills and work ethic to get the job done, while building and leading effective teams.”
~ Lynelle Spring, Owner at the Deliberation Network
“I had the privilege of working with Peter Kallai from Keystep at Enablence Technologies. Among various assignments, Peter was tasked with merging the marketing functions of four disparate companies into a common brand and he did so with the utmost professionalism while producing great results. Peter’s project management skills and attention to detail are outstanding and he consistently delivers results that exceed expectations.”
~ Will Bryan, Sr. Director Marketing and Product Mgt., Enablence Technologies
Signature projects include:
- Bell Canada: Keystep helped Bell take the software system it had developed internally to manage its services and spin it off into a new venture that achieved revenues of $20 million within three years.
- Nortel Networks: A Keystep consultant assisted with an operational review of the captive office of Nortel’s wireless division and helped streamline operations.
Metrophotonics: Keystep obtained $7.8 million in government financing for the company and provided project management services for a government contract.
- Enablence Technologies: A Keystep consultant led Enablence’s global marketing function and assisted in a global acquisition program that grew revenues from $3.2 million to $140 million in less than three years.