• Isdefe provides various consulting services in the area of sector regulation for the CNMC, whose mission is to ensure free competition among the various production sectors of Spain's economy to the benefit of consumers and users. Isdefe’s support focuses on those activities that rely on market data of a confidential nature or that require a guarantee of objectivity and independence from any third-party interests. These include the analysis of sensitive business information from various parties, the definition of methods to determine and evaluate the costs of regulated services, and the conduct of specific benchmarking studies that the CNMC needs to carry out its regulatory function in the various sectors that it oversees (telecommunications, television, postal and transport sectors).
  • Activities to support the regulation of telecommunications, which included a verification of the 2015 results of the regulatory accounting systems of certain operators, and an analysis of the evolution of the broadband infrastructure and competition conditions in the market as part of the process of defining, and support reviewing the ex ante analysis methodology of corporate offers.
  • For the transport sector, Isdefe conducted a comparative analysis and provided a methodological proposal for calculating capital costs, did an international comparison on service quality standards, and specified a cost model structure for fee review processes for the rail industry.
  • Support to the Secretariat General of the CNMC with various processes involving accounting and closing of annual accounts, allocation processes for analytical accounting, and inventory management.

  • Isdefe’s collaboration with SGIPYME has consolidated in recent years, since its inception in 2013. Isdefe provides specialised consulting services and technical assistance, providing support with the executive tracking of aid programmes in the framework of Spain’s public policy on reindustrialisation. The actions taken were both in the areas of managing and validating the information in the aid programmes and of defining proposals for improvements in the application of electronic administration procedures.
  • Isdefe was actively involved in the various phases of the calls for grants for industrial projects in the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness’s Reindustrialisation and Increased Competitiveness Programmes, which span from the call for grants for the programmes and the executive tracking of the grants, through to the final incident resolution phase, which spans the life of the industrial financing project. The budget in 2016 for the Reindustrialisation and Increased Competitiveness programmes was about 757 million euros, with 497 industrial projects vying for these funds. Isdefe was also involved in the executive tracking of some 383 projects in 2012 and 2013, and reviewed some 6,500 items on the reports for the 2010, 2011 and 2012 calls for grants.

Economic-financial assessment of the requests filed by Spanish companies under the Reindustrialisation and Enhanced Industrial Competitiveness programmes, and those filed for the financial aid programme for R&D investment projects as part of the Connected Industry 4.0.

  • New area of collaboration to engage in technical assistance work involving the management of the Fund for the Internationalisation of the Company (FIEM).
  • Tracking of the industrial internationalisation files financed by the FIEM to ensure that the goals set by the Secretary of State for Commerce are met.

Isdefe provides specialised consulting services in support of corporate network systems and electronic administration applications of the TPFE. Isdefe analysed the status of these systems and developed proposals to improve them, analysed and supported projects to develop the information systems and analysed and evaluated actions within the scope of the corrective and preventive maintenance activities.

Strategic consulting services on its to streamline its technical broadcasting services, started in 2015 by RTVE, and in support of its television and radio signals, as well as of its corporate communications services. This collaboration identified various alternatives for optimising these services based on the criteria and needs formulated by RTVE.

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