The Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (eTOM): Introduction, Purpose and Benefits

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Technology

 

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Robert G

 

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August 15, 2013

 

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University

 

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To respond to these challenges, Service providers have to go beyond self contained boundaries. They have to broaden their business relationship with suppliers, partners and customers and work out outsourcing arrangements. Even though the Service providers worldwide encounter different regulatory environments and have different strategies to stay relevant in the industry, they have similar needs, challenges, risks and struggles to remain profitable in the face of unprecedented churns in the market...
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Even though the Service providers worldwide encounter different regulatory environments and have different strategies to stay relevant in the industry, they have similar needs, challenges, risks and struggles to remain profitable in the face of unprecedented churns in the market. The increased complexities of competing in a deregulated environment led to identification of a clear need for the Telecom industry to define and understand its business processes in order to tackle the growing market pressures...
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