January 23, 2018

Accelerating New Revenue Growth in B2B With SDN/NFV

Enterprise services are paying dividends as service providers move to virtual services and the cloud.

The enterprise services market offers increasing opportunities to service providers that have moved quickly with their SDN and NFV investments. New services combine traditional telecom services with cloud resources and applications that are relevant to specific vertical industries.

A new white paper from NEC/Netcracker explores how service providers can generate new revenue in B2B markets with SDN/NFV-based services. It offers four steps to become a one-stop shop for enterprise services.

  1. Give customers on-demand access to services and controls through a digital marketplace. Their experience with virtual and cloud services should be simple and instantaneous.
  2. Adopt Agile and DevOps processes across service creation, design, deployment and lifecycle management to increase speed-to-market and responsiveness to customers' needs.
  3. Deploy a hybrid operations platform for scale and efficiency. Services cross physical, virtual and multivendor domains. A hybrid operations platform enables efficient service creation, delivery and management in that changing, heterogeneous environment.
  4. Prepare for new revenue relationships and business models. Partner ecosystems are inherent to creating new digital, cloud and virtual services. Providing revenue management capabilities that can model multiparty relationships, settlement and royalty agreements, and charging events is part of what makes it attractive to new partners. Everyone knows their share and how to collect it.

Download your free copy of the white paper, "Accelerating New Revenue Growth in B2B With SDN/NFV," to learn more about monetizing virtualized services in the B2B market.


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