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For carriers, OSS can become a competitive advantage, not a cost center

Alan Zeichick | Aug. 21, 2015
Operations Support Systems excel in managing traditional networks, but they can be more, so much more, as we look forward to smarter networks that are more responsive to enterprise customer needs.

In the "Old, Slow, and Stupid" world of traditional OSS standards, that's a lightning pace. The faster carriers can modernize with new standards, the faster they can reinvent OSS as an agile competitive advantage, not a back-office cost center, the better for enterprise customers – and the industry.


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