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TM Forum standards have been successfully adopted by many of the world’s service providers and their suppliers. However the world in which TM Forum operates is changing at an incredible pace and several key trends continue affect the evolution of TM Forum standards:
To ensure that the Forum's core frameworks keep pace with these changes, the TM Forum Board has established a project called ‘Blueprint’. The Blueprint project was under the direction of TM Forum staff. It included interviews with numerous companies among the TM Forum members and outside of the membership community about the current and future state of the industry. The gathered findings were socialized across various teams in the Collaboration Program for feedback. This "Statement of Direction" is the Blueprint advice for an evolution strategy for the TM Forum Solution Frameworks. It will cover the Forum's response to key industry trends. alignment with other standards and frameworks such as ITIL, and support for companies who operate solutions (Information, Communications, Entertainment) businesses.
This document is structured as follows:
This document was originally released in Guidebook format, as GB945-P; however, it was subsequently decided that the document was better suited to a Technical Report and was replaced with TR155.
Release 1.1 is a fix release which addresses many of the comments and feedback received during the Expert Review and Member Evaluation Period. Refer to the Document History section for details.
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