IBM Supports Globe Telecom To Streamline Business Operations
IBM claims that the service delivery platform, delivered by IBM and Nokia Siemens Networks, is helping Globe to reduce its time to market for new services by more than 80%, allowing Globe to create and deliver services and campaigns for its customers faster than ever before.
As part of the contract IBM is delivering WebSphere, Rational and Tivoli software using SOA aligned with NGOSS standards. Globe will also utilize IBM's Telecom Operations Content Pack as the key accelerator to streamline the integration and automation of key processes, while providing significant reuse and lower total cost of ownership associated with the launch and delivery of new services.
Mario Domingo, head of product design and creation for Globe Telecom, said: "We are very excited to be working with IBM on this strategic project and have already seen tremendous improvements just by obtaining flexibility in terms of our service creation. IBM has become a key technology partner for software and hardware in helping us to provide the services our customers want and deserve."
Scott Stainken, general manager for telecommunications industry at IBM, said: "Globe is a great example of a company delivering significant innovation and time to market improvements by taking advantage of industry standards, with an industry framework and unique set of accelerators that IBM has developed for service providers. The service delivery platform will not only make service creation and deployment more rapid and efficient, but can also help simplify management of Globe's service portfolio."
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