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Sigma Systems, the provider of catalogue-driven software, announced their latest product innovations in support of communications service providers looking to quickly adopt new business models for the next generation of digital services, while combining them with their core services. (more…)
Sigma Systems, the global provider in catalog-driven software, announces its program at this year’s Digital Transformation World in Nice from 14-16 May. (more…)
TM Forum, the industry association driving digital business transformation, announced the launch of its Open Digital Architecture (ODA) program. The ODA is envisioned to replace traditional Operational and Business Support Systems (OSS/BSS) architectures, (more…)
Virtual networks will be majority provider of services in 5 years, says Frost / VanillaPlus survey: Part 2
Analysts at Frost & Sullivan have been working with VanillaPlus to find out from our readers about the difficulties facing communication service providers (CSPs) involved in digital transformation of their business and operations. We asked them to respond to 10 key questions and yesterday we reported on the first five. (more…)
CSPs feel management siloes can be avoided in hybrid networks, Frost / VanillaPlus survey finds: Part 1
Analysts Frost & Sullivan collaborated with VanillaPlus recently to ask our readers their thoughts on 10 key questions facing communication service providers (CSPs) involved in digital transformation of their business and operations. In a 2-part summary, Jeremy Cowan reports on the findings. (more…)
Sigma Systems, a global provider of catalog-driven software, has appointed Catherine Michel as chief technology officer (CTO). (more…)
Sigma Systems has released its Sigma Catalog product for Salesforce on the AppExchange. (more…)
Sigma Systems has announced that the latest release of its Sigma Order Management software application is now generally available.
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