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made up of TM Forum members for a growing array of industries, including communications
- telco, wireless, cable and Internet; cloud; defense; content; and information
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Empowering Service Providers With an Efficient Software Enabled Services (SES) Management Solution Across the Services Lifecycle
Supporting these needs, the TM Forum Software Enabled Services (SES) Management Solution program’s business objectives are to:
To accomplish these objectives the Software Enabled
Services (SES) Management Solution program defines a conceptual
management structure enabling the delivery of next generation services —
independent of the underlying software or network technologies used to
implement those services. This service delivery management structure
addresses the full services lifecycle, covering such important use cases
as concept-to-cash, service marketplace, service composition or
aggregation, and service catalogs.
describes the service delivery management landscape and provides a
reference model and a reference architecture of the essential building
blocks needed to manage the delivery of next-generation services. The
reference model and architecture form the basis for detailed service
delivery management requirements.
Existing TM Forum
frameworks, such as Business Process Framework (eTOM), Information
Framework (SID), and Applications Framework (TAM), are leveraged or
enhanced to meet these requirements. New service delivery management
capabilities will be identified and created as needed, e.g., to support
the management of content and media-rich services.