Striving for Success

August 8, 2016 - Openet

Openet has ambitious goals for the future, explains its CEO, Niall Norton.

Grow, diversify and become a global market leader, is Openet’s aim for the future, and according to the CEO Niall Norton, this is achievable.

“We have done an incredible job of evolving our technology and our business skills in all areas to out perform the industry leaders in the areas we consider to be important, and have had amazing shareholder support in doing this. We are now working very hard to deliver on our promise and potential,” he says.

Openet is an innovative provider of telecoms software and since its establishment, has worked with some of the worlds largest digital service providers, across wireless, wireline, cable, MVNx and WiFi first.

Norton attributes the success of Openet to the team that are constantly innovating to reach new milestones. “Motivating the team is about challenging them to do extraordinary things and helping them to achieve it. Enabling them, and helping them realise their potential, is the major factor towards really motivating them.”


Openet serves the telecoms industry, primarily the wireless and cable operators. According to Norton, the industry is at the front end of being challenged by advances in numerous evolving technologies, from cloud, through automation of business processes and the Internet of Things.

“At Openet, we need to evolve quickly and so are hungry for innovation. This has profound implications for our customers and how they do business – both in terms of their revenue streams and their business processes and costs. So the good ones will evolve and profit from this by being more adaptable to the changes and others will likely struggle,” he explains.

''A team is all about a group of individuals coming together for common purpose. Having the best members of that team and helping them to work together is a very large part of a CEO’s job''


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