Shaw’s new organisational structure
Shaw believes that the roles and structure they had in place for years to support them as a cable company can no longer support their growth
Operation of Shaw's residential cable, satellite, Internet and home phone services will be consolidated into a new Consumer business unit. Shaw's enterprise services – including cable, telephony, satellite, and tracking – will be integrated into a new Business unit.
The company expanded into the business infrastructure sector with its ...view middle of the document...
Eliminate duplication of work and organizing its activities and operations in a way that best meets the needs of our customers and viewers.
Leaders in an industry that is constantly evolving, and the changes we're making in our company will allow it to give our viewers and customers more of what they love,
Shaw has sidestepped the wireless market, instead choosing to build a network of more than 40,000 free Wi-Fi access points for its customers.
The start-up of Shomi, which lets customers watch TV shows and movies on demand through the TVs, laptops or mobile devices.
Shaw says it earned seven per cent less in this year’s first quarter as it lost cable, satellite and phone subscribers and faced costs tied to the launch of the Shomi video streaming platform.
$227 million profit for the year’s first quarter. In the first quarter, Shaw lost 18,372 satellite and 11,923 cable users in its consumer business. Phone services lost 5,685 subscribers while its Internet services gained 11,379 customers.
Overall, the results indicate that Shaw has still not found a sustainable way to stem the negative impact of wireless substitution, TV cord-cutting and competitive intensity from Telus on its residential operations’ profitability