- Collaboration and transparency key to successful remote project delivery -
London, 1st July 2020 – Cerillion (AIM: CER), an innovator in digital monetisation and customer management solutions, today announced the successful implementation of its Convergent Charging System and Enterprise Product Catalogue for MVN-X, the MVNE business unit of Ignition Group, one of Africa's largest providers of technology, media, telecommunication and financial services. The Cerillion solution was delivered by a remote team working in close partnership with MVN-X to ensure that deadlines and dependencies were met, whilst adjusting to changes in working practice enforced by the coronavirus pandemic.
On a growth trajectory which will see them double their subscriber base by the end of this year, MVN-X recognised the importance of pushing ahead with the OCS project in order to future-proof their business with a 5G-ready platform, equipping…
- The “Edge” in Automation catalyst project reveals how Communications Services Providers (CSPs) can enrich their enterprise offerings with an open and fully automated approach to managing and monetising Edge Computing -
London, 25th June 2020 – Cerillion (AIM: CER), an innovator in digital monetisation and customer management solutions, today announced it will be presenting its BSS automation solutions as part of The “Edge” in Automation catalyst project, due to be unveiled in TM Forum’s Catalyst Digital Showcase on 7th July. Cerillion is participating alongside Ciena Blue Planet, IBM and Optare Solutions, with the project championed by AT&T, BT, Orange, Telecom Italia, Telus, Verizon, Videotron and Vodafone.
TM Forum’s renowned collaborative proof-of-concept Catalyst program is focused on co-creating innovative solutions to important industry challenges using key TM Forum best practices and standards.
Our CEO, Louis Hall, talks to Oli Barrett for the Driving Ambition interview series, a set of films to celebrate this year’s cohort of the Ambition Nation Listed 50 Awards.
After years of build-up and growing anticipation, the first consumer services based on 5G were finally launched around the world during 2019. In the UK, EE, O2, Three and Vodafone all launched 5G services to some degree, whilst the big four carriers of the US – AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint – have also rolled out commercial 5G services in various cities across the country. These launches have made one thing clear – telcos need to think differently about 5G services by ditching the traditional mindset around pricing and come up with more innovative ways of monetising their services. Radical improvements in bandwidth, speed and latency offered by 5G mean that telcos can leverage the opportunity to offer richer digital experiences and find new ways to engage their customers.
This white paper explores the many facets of the ongoing 5G rollout, both technological and cultural, that businesses must adapt to in order to keep their product offering relevant and reactive. Subjects covered include the new avenues for…
18th September 2020. Posted by Adam Hughes
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Facing falling ad revenues, Twitter is looking at introducing a premium subscription option to its platform. How viable is a subscription social network? And what can we learn from previous attempts at such a model?