Nokia shows Services muscle with 7 solutions at TeleManagement World
Solutions help operators win and retain subscribers, simplify an increasingly complex technology environment
November 08, 2005, Dallas, TX, USA - Nokia is showcasing seven of its Services software solutions at TeleManagement World in Dallas until November 10, all part of its ongoing drive to help operators to manage their services life cycle in a multi-vendor environment, both enhancing their offerings and reducing their costs.
“Many operators are facing increased competition from both traditional and new rivals, and the convergence of the mobile and fixed telecom environments is bringing increased complexity to technology management. Nokia is committed to making our customers’ lives easier,” said Jyrki Holmala, Vice President Operations Solutions, Networks.
“Our solutions portfolio, comprehensive understanding of the mobile telephone spectrum, and proven track record in helping customers achieve greater efficiency all give us a clear edge over rivals, ” said Holmala.
To demonstrate the company’s Services capabilities, in Dallas Nokia is showing its industry-leading solutions in the following areas:
- Self Provisioning
- Mass Provisioning
- Device Management - Firmware update over-the-air
- Portal Performance Optimization
- VIP Service for Corporate Clients
- Service Level Management
- Customer Care
Nokia has set up a Solution Bar at TeleManagement World, with a team of “Solutioneers” ready to discuss the latest in managing consumer service life cycles in a multi-vendor environment. The company is showing the solutions most recently launched at the Nokia Mobility Conference in Barcelona, including Nokia’s Service Level Management and Integrated Provisioning solutions. Nokia’s Service Management solution components follow the e-TOM model defined by the TeleManagement Forum, and its Nokia Profile Manager (NPM) on display is OSS/J compliant.
Nokia has provided a full range of support and services to help operators differentiate and innovate their mobile offerings for close to 20 years. Seeking to better tap the growing Services trend, Nokia established its Services business unit in Networks earlier this year, and has since taken significant steps to demonstrate its commitment to this growing business.
Today, Services represents more than 30 percent of revenues in the Networks business group, including operations support software. In addition to Service Management, where Nokia is the market leader with over 80 clients, the company expects to see important developments particularly in the areas of Managed Services, Systems Integration and Consulting.
Nokia is a world leader in mobile communications, driving the growth and sustainability of the broader mobility industry. Nokia connects people to each other and the information that matters to them with easy-to-use and innovative products like mobile phones, devices and solutions for imaging, games, media and businesses. Nokia provides equipment, solutions and services for network operators and corporations.
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