Strategic OSS for Next Generation Operators

Venue: The Thistle Marble Arch

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jan 17, 2005 End Date/Time: Jan 18, 2005
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Strategic OSS for Next Generation Operators, the only VP level platform to share experience, and develop groundbreaking strategic plans for slashing long term cost from your business through new and improved OSS utilisation models and practices.

With competition keeping prices low for the foreseeable future, we will be discussing how you can achieve essential cost efficiencies, whilst maintaining high levels of critical customer driven operational support, vital for long-term performance. This meeting is not a technology showcase. It’s an exclusive closed-door think-tank, and your only opportunity to participate in open, future focused commercially driven discussions on the role and scope of OSS as a strategic business tool.

Invest two days and take away practical and workable solutions that you can harness to adapt your OSS strategy to ultimately extend your competitive advantage and market share and, best of all reduce the time you spend fire fighting.

Is Your OSS…

Fragmented and resource intensive?

In need of more flexibility to deal with market demands?

Too often an after thought by your product planners?
Discover how:

You can marry your support strategy effectively with evolving business models and slash your product to market time

To accurately estimate, plan for and overcome the challenges of cultural resistance

New economic realism is bringing about a paradigm shift in the industry’s view of OSS and what that means for future OSS and your bottom line

Top OSS strategists are pre-planning for true fixed mobile service symmetry and what the implications are on NGN and NGOSS

To bring about a quality of service revolution and enjoy business benefits across the board

New improved management strategies are being employed across Europe to manage bundled IP servicesPlus, CFOs benefit from a dedicated workshop on OSS for CFOs