A new OSS system can arguably speed up a CSP’s Time to Market. Modernising and simplifying the processes of OSS should be a priority for any CSP to become competitive in the new era of digital markets. It is an important task for telcos to assess and re-evaluate their current approach for OSS/BSS so they can learn and understand how deep their back-office renovation must be
We always say Alvatross’ suite of products is a catalog-driven solution. But what does it actually mean?
Alvatross’ Order Management is an application providing workflow-based orchestration of service orders across the Service Management Domain of an OSS environment. Together with the rest of our suite of products, it helps companies become ready for future integrations while reducing their OPEX and Time-to-Market. We offer an out-of-the-box interface that enables users and administrators to manage the tasks in which they are involved, or they own.
There is a wind of change in the way business operate. Talking about customer centricity has been one of the trending topics in marketing for a while now. But is it just a hype? The reality shows that all companies starting their digitalisation journey will sooner or later discover that it is essential to keep the customer at the centre of their business model. Experience keeps showing that this is the only way to drive success, yet it does not mean that “the client is always right”. Its real meaning consists on keeping the customer in mind at every stage of the business analysis.
Have you been browsing and scrolling through our website? Then you might have wondered how much time this solution can really take to be fully deployed and operational inside a new ecosystem. So, to make your life easier before taking any decision, here you have some possible answers
If this is your first time reading about alvatross you might as well wonder why you should choose our products instead of those offered by other market players. Find the key differentiating factors of our company here.
According to a recent Appledore Research, the Cross-domain Service Orchestration is estimated to grow from around $500 million in 2021 to almost $2 billion in only three years.
Many are already comparing the current rollout of fibre networks to a gold rush. Everyone, governments and companies, invest millions in new networks. Ensuring fast and fair broadband access seems to have become a market priority. Traditional incumbent operators have to compete in a new market where new fibre network providers offer faster broadband speeds for less money.
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues for industries, but could the ICT sector be part of the solution rather than a problem?