Netcracker's Role in Cable Digital Transformation
Paul Hughes, Director of Strategy, talks about how Netcracker is enabling digital transformations so operators can deliver more fulfilling customer experiences.
CSPs Must Lay the Groundwork for 5G and IoT Partnerships Now
There is a relatively short window of opportunity for CSPs to deploy effective partner experiences as they enter 5G and IoT markets with partner-driven service strategies.
Cloud BSS: Besides Subscription Billing, What Else is There?
Business support systems (BSS) in the cloud definitely need to include billing and rating, but should also incorporate digital product catalogs, partner management and more.
Five Back-Office Requirements to Make Digital Transformation Successful
Transforming into a digital service provider requires new levels of visibility, centralized analytics strategies and a strong focus on customer experience, among other things.
Survey: Virtualization Adoption Still Lags, but Operators See Potential in B2B Services and Automation
A new Heavy Reading and Netcracker survey of global service providers reveals SDN/NFV services for 5G use cases, SD-WAN and other offerings look to be the most profitable in the next two years.
Embracing the B2B Opportunity: The Growth Engine for Digital Service Providers
Monetizing the enterprise services market is becoming a particularly lucrative opportunity for service providers amidst the digital economy.
Netcracker Business Cloud: Faster Access to Cloud B2B
Ari Banerjee, Vice President of Strategy at Netcracker, highlights Netcracker Business Cloud and its game-changing ability to enable the delivery of cloud B2B services faster.
DSP Transformation: Adding Cloud Service Broker to the Toolkit
As CSPs transform into digital service providers, they may be in an ideal position to become a cloud service broker and enable businesses across markets to evolve.
How Digital Service Providers Need to Plan for Partners
Using the cloud for partner management programs can make DSPs the full-scale service providers they must become to succeed in the digital economy.