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Cloud-based BSS: Essential for Long-term
Operator Survival in the Digital Economy

| June 18, 2014
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Jason Marcheck
Service Director, Service Provider Infrastructure
Ron Westfall
Research Director, Service Provider Infrastructure

BSS transformation ranks as a top priority for operators in achieving digital business model and agility objectives. Cloud-based BSS technology can prove the essential lifeline that operators require to adapt to the emerging global digital economy. Even improvements in operational efficiencies and silo streamlining, monolithic proprietary BSS platforms lack the design flexibility and economies of scale that cloud-based BSS can deliver.

However, as with any system that houses sensitive customer data and must interact with other systems in real-time, fundamental questions face Cloud-based BSS adoption. Namely, can BSS suppliers successfully address operator concerns, such as cloud security, and drive rapid operator adoption of cloud-based BSS technology?

Join Current Analysis for a perspective on the cloud-based BSS market in which we examine the state of the market, its drivers, the competitive landscape, and future trends. In addition, the webinar will share new Current Analysis survey data centered on operator BSS investment priorities and emerging trends.

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