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WHY ATTEND

Digital is enabling new entrants to disrupt services that operators have traditionally monetised - how should operators rethink their business models and approach to succeed in the digital area? 

OSS/BSS architectures will play a fundamental part of this transition and telcos need to make sure that they are able to consolidate and streamline multiple exisiting systems so they can keep up with customer demands and the introduction of new technologies. 

Join Comarch and leading telco representatives as they discuss how consolidation, data analytics, network virtualization, M2M & IoT and cloud based OSS can lead this fundamental network transformation.

 

Comarch Marketing Team

Agenda

09:30 - 10:00
Registration & Breakfast
10:00 – 10:15
Welcome note

10:15 - 10:40
Case Study - Service & Customer Monitoring at Vodafone Germany
Marcus Böhler, Head of Group Performance & Customer Experience Management Systems, Vodafone Germany
10:40 - 11:15
Group discussion - New Challenges & Opportunities in the Internet-of-Everything Era
- Shaping IoT services for different vertical markets
- Monetizing the IoT
- Building and maintaining Qos
11:15 - 11:35
Coffee & Refreshments
11:35 - 12:00
Case study - BSS Transformation in NextGenTel 
Tore Nyhammer, Director Customer Service & Deliveries, NextGenTel
12:00 - 12:35
Group discussion - Omnichannel Experience and Typical Customer Journeys
- Why now in telecommunications and where is the money
- What are the possible approaches to omnichannel implementation
- Why product catalog driven architecture and shared business processes are the key factors to omnichannel success
- Personalization and recommendations – are both equally important for Telcos
12:35 - 13:05
How to be able to experiment with new customer services by adopting the NFV/SDN paradigms
Łukasz Mendyk, OSS Product Manager, Comarch SA
- Demystifying end to end orchestration
- The role of “model-driven” orchestration
- How to on-board VNFs and partner series to be able to experiment with new customer services
- How to use the model to avoid heavily scripting business logic for new services
13:05 – 13:15
Wrap up and key takeaways
Jacek Lonc, Sales Executive, Comarch SA
13:20
Lunch

REGISTRATION FORM

FAQ
FAQ

Where
Hotel Continental, Stortingsgata 24/26, N-0117 Oslo, Norway
When
6 October 2016
The participation fee
FREE OF CHARGE for all communication service providers.
Dress code
The dress code is business casual.
Contact info
In case of any questions please email Karolina Górzna-Musiela at karolina.gorzna-musiela@comarch.com
Attractions
There are special gifts and a prize for workshop attendees.
Language
All the lectures will be in English.

Location

Hotel Continental

Stortingsgata 24/26, 

N-0117 Oslo

Hotel Continental stands in the centre of Oslo, in walking distance from a number of attractions, such as Aker Brygge, Tjuvholmen, the Royal Palace, the National Theatre and the Storting (parliament) building.