Axiom Systems, a leader in Service Fulfillment software for Communication Service Providers, has just announced an upcoming free webinar to discuss the issues that Service Providers face when creating new telecom services. The webinar will be hosted by Telestrategies and will be held on Wednesday, October 18th at 11.00am PST.
What: “Imagine if you could Cookie Cut New Telecom Products and Services”, hosted by Telestrategies
Who: Brian Naughton, VP Architecture and Strategy at Axiom Systems
Dr. Matt Lucas, CFO, TeleStrategies, Inc.
When: Wednesday, October 18th at 11.00am PST / 2.00pm EST
Where: Please register at: www.serviceprovidersclub.com/main/event-detail.cfm?eventId=99
Brian Naughton, VP Architecture and Strategy at Axiom Systems, will explain how, by adopting a fundamentally different approach to service fulfillment, Service Providers can dramatically increase the speed and ease with which new products and services can be introduced to customers.
The webinar will discuss:
– Achieving rapid time-to-market for products with increasingly shorter life-spans
– Minimizing cost and complexity when creating products
– Deploying a consistent product set across multiple business units
– Improving visibility of costs involved in introducing new products
– Creating a positive experience for customers using the new products
The webinar is free and open to all Telecom Service Providers, Vendors and System Integrators.
About Axiom Systems
Axiom Systems is the leader in software for the design and delivery of wireline and wireless services for communications providers. The companyâ€™s AXIOSSÂ® Suite which incorporates modules for Order Management, Service Inventory, Service Activation and a Designer Tool, provides customers with advanced solutions for new services that include IPTV, VoIP, IP VPN and Triple Play. More Communications Providers in Europe use AXIOSS for IP and broadband Service Fulfillment than from any other vendor. Global customers include – Cable & Wireless, Deutsche Telekom, TeliaSonera, AOL, Telekom Austria , TDC, Telecom New Zealand , NTL, Telecom Italia and TelMex. The company is headquartered in the UK , with regional offices in Rome , Munich , Paris , Madrid , Budapest , Seattle USA , Sydney and Singapore .