Sigma Systems, the fastest path to creating, selling and delivering digital products and services, this week announced its plans to exhibit at TM Forum Live! in Nice, France. The company will showcase its ability to help operators launch and deliver digital services faster and more successfully than the competition.
Sigma has been instrumental in supporting operators like Vodafone Germany, Orange-Mobistar and Sky UK to transform their product launch, quoting and ordering processes into catalog-driven capabilities fit for the digital economy. Sigma software reduces launch times by up to 90% and reduces cost to market by up to 75%.
Sigma is participating in several TM Forum Catalysts, a member-driven, innovative proof-of-concept program with live demos at the conference. Sigma will be showcasing their solutions in the areas of Omni-channel, Omni-shop, New Business Models with Mobile Sponsored Data, Digital Experience and NFV/SDN. The catalysts will highlight Sigma‘s catalog-driven approach to tackling the challenges of the digital economy. Sigma’s entire portfolio – Catalog, CPQ, Order Management, Provisioning and NFV Solutions – will be featured across the demonstrations.
Catherine Michel, Sigma’s Chief Strategy Officer & VP Products, will also be speaking at the conference with Geert Goethals, CIO at Proximus and Jens Oppler, Transformation Lead at Vodafone Germany. The talk will feature the journey that each operator took in transforming into catalog-driven organizations.
Visit the Sigma booth on Level 3, Booth #314 or at our Catalyst demonstrations.
About Sigma Systems (sigma-systems.com or Twitter @SigmaSystems)
Sigma Systems is the fastest path to creating, selling and delivering digital products and services. The company’s portfolio spans enterprise-wide product & service catalog, configure price quote, order management, service provisioning and device management – all of which can be deployed in the cloud or on-premise. Sigma software is enabling product innovation and business agility at large communications, media and high-tech service providers globally.
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