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Amdocs
Amdocs claims more than 1.7 billion subscribers managed by their systems, making them one of the largest OSS/BSS players in the world. However, the fact that they are almost non-factors in key markets such as APAC could be worrisome. (8/2/2013)
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AsiaInfo-Linkage
AsiaInfo-Linkage claims the leading market share position in Asia, based on its dominance of the Chinese BSS market. Now, as it sets its sights on the European BSS market, will the same approach to centralized BSS work in more mature markets? (9/30/2013)
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Comptel
Comptel uses its Event-Analysis-Action framework to differentiate its OSS/BSS portfolio against a sea of rivals. Does Comptel command the portfolio assets and alliances to drive the top operator OSS/BSS transformation priorities? (7/1/2014)
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Cycle30
Cycle30, leveraging recent investments from parent GCI in its OSS/BSS portfolio, offers a differentiated approach to back-office transformation in areas such as cloud-based billing and M2M innovation, but must produce more operator traction. (11/25/2013)
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Ericsson
Ericsson has been one of the most active players in building its presence in the service enablement ecosystem, and can cite some impressive stats to support its ascent. However, has the rapid acquisition strategy left too many pieces to integrate? (9/23/2013)
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Huawei
Huawei claims leadership in the emerging market sector along with a strong presence in the Western European region of the BSS realm, and has built out its OSS assets, including the Fastwire acquisition, forming a formidable OSS/BSS proposition. (5/6/2014)
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IBM
IBM ranks telecom as its primary vertical, and has a diverse portfolio to support its focus. However, typical of its organizational structure, its diverse business ambitions distracts from the vendor’s ability to present a unified telecom focus. (9/23/2013)
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Infonova
Infonova positions its flagship R6 product as a multi-tenant BSS platform that targets burgeoning operator demand for concept-to-cash capabilities. Can Infonova sustain the differentiation needed to compete long-term in the crowded BSS space? (5/13/2014)
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NetCracker
NetCracker commands the comprehensive portfolio assets, along with NEC-backed channels, to drive operator OSS/BSS transformation objectives, but still must form a more robust NFV solution and refine its assurance and fulfillment messaging. (4/3/2014)
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Oracle
Oracle targets telco IT environments with acquisitions and internal R&D, achieving new inroads in the operator back-office. But it still needs to establish more channel credibility and crystallize OSS/BSS messaging aimed at the operator space. (1/2/2014)
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Orga Systems
Orga Systems has successfully aligned its portfolio of real-time charging and billing solutions to capitalize on burgeoning operator demand for customer-centric platforms and apps. Now how long-term can it compete as an independent player? (2/24/2014)
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Redknee
Redknee bolstered its global channels and portfolio with the acquisition of the NSN BSS assets, but now must show its robust BSS assets will prove battle worthy in driving operator back-office transformation against broader OSS/BSS portfolios. (10/16/2013)
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Sigma Systems
Sigma Systems has proven itself an innovator and market influencer in the catalog-driven service fulfillment segment, but now must prove it can leverage its success in new OSS/BSS areas such as enterprise management and cloud service brokering. (1/2/2014)
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