A webinar created and hosted by Red Hat exclusively for Vodafone
The platform for greater efficiency, innovation and agility
Systems for operations support and business support (OSS/BSS) have become critical as telecommunications service providers such as Vodafone reinvent themselves as digital service providers.
These systems, covering key functions including service activation, provisioning and fault/performance management (OSS) and billing and customer relationship management (BSS), must be part of the transition.
Closely connected, but each with its own part to play, OSS and BSS need to align with and support changing customer preferences and behaviours. Their transformation is essential in creating an agile business, with accelerated time to market and flexible, dynamic support for new services.
Enterprise open source – enabling the transformation
Find out how Red Hat’s innovative technology and enterprise open source solutions are driving telco OSS/BSS transformation. Join our presenters Fátima de la Iglesia Delgado, Business Development Manager, and Ignacio Verona, Senior Solution Architect, from the Red Hat Telco Technology Office, in this one-hour webinar exclusively for Vodafone.
You'll learn about the power of OSS/BSS transformation to help Vodafone improve the customer experience, create revenue opportunities and make new business models viable. Fátima and Ignacio will also share with you our recommendations and recipe for success.
Webinar host, Richard Broadbent, Red Hat Global Account Manager, will ensure there is time for you to submit your questions.
We believe OSS/BSS transformation is too critical to side-line and look forward to hearing you’ve accepted this invitation.
Webinar date: Tuesday, March 31st, 2020
Webinar time: 9:00 GMT / 10:00 BST / 11:00 AM CEST
The recording of this webinar will be available online for one year after the live event.
Global Account Manager for Vodafone, Red Hat
Architect at Telco Technology Office, Red Hat
Fátima de la Iglesia Delgado
Business Development Manager, Red Hat