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Management World Orlando:
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management and SLA monitoring across several enterprise and telecommunication domains. TTI Telecom's contribution includes customer and service impact analysis with its SerivceImpact, part of Netrac Service Management product line.

Sigma Systems

Sigma Systems will be at Management World Orlando to discuss the business and technical implications of targeted advertising for service providers. In Forumville, Sigma will demonstrate its proof-of-concept implementation of an integrated targeted advertising solution and prove the applicability and inter-operation of multiple industry standards/specifications including TMF IPDR and OSS/J, SCTE 130 and CableLabs Tru2Way. Visit Sigma at booth #306 to learn more.

Most telecoms are starting to look more like media companies, which broadens the scope of discussion.

generate best practices using PLM, Active Catalog, and BPM as well as demonstrate the critical need for visibility, agility, and flexibility throughout the period of transition.


Intec will be showcasing Intec Total Service Mediation (TSM) and its Intec Roaming solution. TSM is a way for CSPs to address the complex requirements of next generation services, which demand a continuous and multi-directional flow of data between the network and the back office. CSPs need a framework of mediation modules to support these requirements. Intec TSM is a unified

TierOne OSS

TierOne OSS Technologies (booth #210) will be making a number of key announcements at this year's Management World Orlando event. Following the company's recent success in securing "Verizon Testing Partner" certification,  TierOne will be announcing new product and solution offerings and demonstrating how its access management and network synchronization solutions have helped a large North American Tier 1 wireless carrier reduce costs and improve operational efficiency and responsiveness.


With the appointment of Brad Niven to vice president, North America, Comptel will be taking advantage of Management World Orlando to update customers and prospects on its plans for expansion in the North and Latin America regions, and highlighting its solutions and experience in the areas of WiMAX, carrier ethernet, and managed services, among others. At its booth, #213, Comptel will be demonstrating dynamic OSS solutions and sharing recent customer success stories.

In addition, Comptel is participating in a new TMF Catalyst project with TeliaSonera, Vitria Technologies, and Tribold. One of the key areas for discussion at this year's event in Orlando will be how Communications Service Providers make the transition from legacy to NextGen. This catalyst looks at the practicalities of that transition and will

platform for delivering services and managing the resultant revenue. It attempts to enable operators to maximize efficiency, improve the quality of service delivery, and minimize cost by harnessing the power of an integrated framework.

The Intec Roaming solution addresses the guidelines of GSMA's NDTRDE around Tap/Rap processing. Intec Roaming claims to allow carriers to react faster to industry changes, achieve better business control over key roaming functions, and reduce costs.


NetCracker will be exhibiting its Fulfillment and Provisioning OSS solutions. NetCracker states that it has the largest number of successful OSS transformation projects on hand, and will be bringing its customer stories and a range of solutions to the Management World.

NetCracker's customers are undergoing business and technology transformation to address the challenges and opportunities offered by content-rich services. They are exploring new advertising-based revenue models and transforming their business and operations support systems to enable service syndication. NetCracker is attempting to assist service providers to profitably participate and monetize the new ecosystem involving Over the Top providers (OTT), Content aggregators, distributors, and creators. NetCracker will demonstrate its content and service syndication capabilities over network and IT infrastructure.

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