GlobeNet recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2017 Best Practices Award – Company of the Year

Based on its network differentiators, growing portfolio, and strong financial performance.

Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 27, 2017 – GlobeNet, a wholesale provider of data network services in the Americas, announces that it is the recipient of 2017 Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Award – Latin American, Carrier of Carriers Services, Company of the Year. The award criteria includes driving demand, brand strength, and competitive differentiation in delivering unique value to customers. This three-fold focus, is complemented by an equally rigorous focus on Visionary Innovation & Performance to enhance Customer Impact, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Frost & Sullivan maintain that in a context of increasing reliance on high-speed connectivity, GlobeNet’s unique dual ring-protected approach to submarine cable networks has given the company a distinguished place among carrier of carriers in Latin America. GlobeNet’s ability to provide exceptional redundancy and the lowest latency connectivity available in the Atlantic were major factors in the award selection process. With a customer base consisting of all major content and communications service providers and ISPs, the company has been growing steadily. Based on its key network differentiators, its growing portfolio, and strong financial performance, GlobeNet has earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2017 Company of the Year Award in the Carrier of Carriers industry.
“We’re both thrilled and honored by this prestigious award,” states Eduardo Falzoni, CEO at GlobeNet. “The criteria and review process is as throrough as it gets and this award is testimony to the hard work and ultimate successes GlobeNet has had. We’re looking forward to continuing our mission to be the best data network provider possible and to bringing the best overall service and value to our customers. The Frost & Sulivan Company of the Year award is tribute to that mission.”
To support its evaluation of best practices across multiple business performance categories, Frost & Sullivan employs a customized Decision Support Scorecard. This tool allows its research and consulting teams to objectively analyze performance, according to the key benchmarking criteria, and to assign ratings on that basis. The Decision Support Scorecard is organized by Visionary Innovation & Performance and Customer Impact. The research team confirms the veracity of this weighted scorecard through sensitivity analysis, which confirms that small changes to the ratings for a specific criterion do not lead to a significant change in the overall relative rankings of the companies.