"Why Mexico? What we see happening in Mexico and what the government has accomplished with the macroeconomic environment and regulatory reforms to encourage foreign investment is impressive."

These words were chosen in AT&T's 2014 financial report to explain why the company, the second largest mobile telephony service provider in the US, decided to venture south of its domain.

AT&T inherited solid infrastructure for its Mexican operations by acquiring local telcos Iusacell and Nextel in the first half of 2015. The new entrant paid US$2.5bn for Iusacell, a pioneering mobile operator in Mexico, and US$1.85bn for Nextel, which at some point was among the top 50 Latin American technology companies.

Project Risk Analytics
Tracking project performance

Portada Risk

By providing a top-down analysis of the timeliness and costs of current Latin American projects, BNamericas provides a new tool to the industry, allowing it to learn from past events and improve planning for future projects.

  • Analytics report analyzing key statistics
  • Consider the risks of changes in project schedules
  • Instant view of project status
  • Benchmark your portfolios and new projects