Digital Success Starts With a New Digital BSS Stack

End-to-End Solution for Telco Digital Transformation

Why Traditional Telco BSS Systems Can’t Deliver

BSS is painful to operate and difficult to change

BSS creates big silos, and poor experiences

BSS is network facing, customer experience comes second

There Is an Alternative to Traditional Telco Transformation

Do Invest in a New Digital Stack

Don’t upgrade your old systems and call it transformation

Do Start Over and Simplify Your IT

Don’t keep your spaghetti-like architecture

Do Run Existing IT Separately From Digital

Don’t expect a digital experience from legacy systems

Do Reset the Cost Model

Don’t keep throwing money at end of life systems

Do Switch to Configuration-Based Software

Don’t require code and test for each new feature

Do an MVP in Under Six Months

Don’t waste years fighting complexity

You can’t deliver digital transformation on legacy BSS systems that were developed for a different purpose; you need to re-tool with digital-grade technology.

How a New Digital Stack Is Delivering for Digital Leaders

Digital Grade, Better Operating Model

Modern software and methods reduce operational costs.

Cloud Native, Architecture Evolution

Deploy in public or private cloud to evolve the telco architecture.

5G Ready, Future Monetization

Unlock 5G opportunities including network slicing and enhanced broadband.

A new digital stack can operate independently based on a simpler IT architecture and modern software while legacy systems continue to perform the core processes they were designed for.

What a New Stack Looks Like

Digital Architecture diagram

Streamlined architecture

with no barriers between the customer engagement layer, the commerce layer and the network

Business API gateway

designed to handle frequent customer interactions through native apps and digital channels

Optimized digital path

between the customer and data that resides on the network

Find Out Why Digital Leaders Are Choosing a New Stack

As telcos go forward with digital transformation, they need to move beyond simply upgrading systems to investing in a new digital stack that will operate alongside existing infrastructure.

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