Openet has been selected as a finalist for the categories “Outstanding Digital Enablement Vendor” (Leading Lights Award) and “Open API category” (TM Forum’s Excellence Awards). Both awards recognise the companies that are delivering innovative, open solutions for the telecoms industry’s most pressing challenge – digital transformation.
Earlier this year, Openet launched its Digital Business Platform, a best-of-breed solution that utilises open APIs, micro services and DevOps to enable a faster and more cost effective alternative to multi-year BSS transformation projects. Openet’s platform has already been deployed with a number of global operators including Globe Telecom.
“We are extremely proud to have been shortlisted for two esteemed industry awards in the space of a week,” said Niall Norton, CEO, Openet. “For a while now, we’ve been on a mission to spur change in the industry when it comes to the transformation of BSS. Our Digital Business Platform is the antithesis of big vendor lock-in, demonstrating that smaller, more agile BSS solutions that focus on fast time-to-results can be the new norm. Having two awards recognise Openet for this demonstrates just how much progress we are making in the industry.”
Openet provides software solutions and services to enable service providers to create new revenues from digital services and improve customer engagement. Our Digital Business Platform enables service providers to be more agile, innovative and enjoy a faster time to value.
We are all for open solutions that deliver value and benefits to our customers. We are against vendor lock-in and the vendor first, second and third approach that has been endemic in telecoms. We work with our customers to deliver innovative solutions that drive value and enable change.
Since its foundation in 1999, Openet has been at the forefront of telecoms software development and innovation. Our success is personified by the many long-term relationships it has fostered with the largest, most progressive, and demanding operators across the globe. For more information visit www.openet.com.