OSS Transformers

Multi Technology service provider

Today, OSS system solutions move towards completely new operations paradigm.

Hardware and software suppliers need to face the new challenges related with shortened lifecycle of the infrastructure driven by shortened lifecycle of the services. There is no more space for long-term ROI like it used to be within traditional systems (5-20 years or more in operations). All the investments are recently focused on rapid service delivery, limited number of subscribers in use and limited CAPEX/OPEX spending.

There is a need for integrating existing OSS platforms (very often legacy ones) with new solutions. The new ecosystems have to be designed as fully automated systems (in form of Self Organized Networks e.g.) that include management-as-a–service logic. This helps the companies combine traditional infrastructure (e.g. telecom voice/sms/data offering in case of telecom operators) with the new offering like narrowband network services (including IoT), cloud based services, distributed infrastructure platforms (including blockchain infrastructure), etc.

Expertise

  • Command, ServicePlanet, ProcessEngine, StagingArea (FNT Software)
  • StableNet (Infosim)
  • IBM Tivoli Netcool Suite
  • NETadmin
  • Nokia OSS Solutions
  • Custom Development Solutions
  • ITIL, eTOM, bluEDGE Methodology
  • Other dedicated platforms

Range of services

  • Business & Technical Consulting
  • Software / System Integration
  • Project Management
  • Managed Services
  • Operations, Maintenance and Support
  • Quality Testing
  • Legacy systems operations

Partners

  • FNT Software
  • Infosim
  • TechData
  • Controlware
  • LINKIN AG
  • nextEDGE

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Marcin Mizgalski

I enjoy comprehensive projects handling together with my customers, aiming at innovations, digital transformations, complex (cross-organization) IT services setup. It is my great pleasure at Inetum to develop sales strategy towards new projects acquisition within IoT, Blockchain, Telecom industries, as well as the other vertical markets. Geographical coverage: international projects, mostly within Western Europe.