Executive Mosaic, Tysons Corner, VA January 6, 2015 – MTN Government President Peg Grayson said the company has shifted its strategy in the public sector portfolio in a bid to address the budget climate, demand and other changes taking place in the commercial satellite industry, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.
The executive wrote in a piece published in the December 2014 issue of MilsatMagazine that MTN reviewed its pricing options in 2014 to offer more usage-based packages.
“We believe that the shifts we have made in our pricing model will help us secure new government business as we move into 2015,” Grayson said.
She also bared that the company continues to built its partnership base to help create fresh opportunities and reach out to new markets.
“Government demand for commercial satellite services is an expanding need, a function of the ever increasing size of data tiles… that have to be moved via satellite from remote locations to distant command centers,” Grayson said.
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