REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — ItsOn, the digital transformation solution for mobile carriers, has been recognized as a finalist in TM Forum’s Excellence Awards, in the Digital Service Innovator of the Year category. The recognition is reserved for organizations that drive innovation, digital transformation and IT agility for their customers and within their industries.
“Being recognized by the TM Forum is a great honor,” said Robert Oberhofer, vice president of technical sales and marketing at ItsOn. “Our goal has always been to support our customers’ digital transformation efforts to become a true digital service provider. ItsOn is committed to developing technology that not only enhances marketing agility but also ensures that operators are giving their customers an engaging mobile experience.”
ItsOn has been named as a finalist for its cloud technology that transitions mobile carriers from legacy infrastructure to a solution that easily integrates across operators’ IT stacks and accelerates operational agility. Current customers that incorporate the ItsOn platform with their network IT include global mobile operators such as Saudi Telecom Company (STC), Telefónica Mexico and MTN.
The TM Forum has organized the Excellence Awards since 2007, recognizing industry leaders in digital transformation, business and IT agility, customer centricity, cross-industry partnering and collaboration, and product and services innovation.
“Congratulations to the finalists of the TM Forum 2017 Excellence Awards,” said Nik Willetts, deputy CEO, TM Forum. “These are the companies at the forefront of accelerating digital transformation across diverse industries and ecosystems, and delivering groundbreaking solutions through collaboration and open innovation. The leadership of these members continue to cement TM Forum’s critical role in helping our members to navigate the ever-changing digital business landscape.”
The winners will be announced at the Excellence Awards Gala Dinner at the annual TM Forum Live! event on May 15, 2017, in Nice, France.
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