American Support's CEO & President, Matt Zemon will address the 2012 TM Forum Management World conference attendees later this week. Zemon along with Anand Gonuguntla, CEO at Centina Systems, will detail how MSOs can leverage next generation service assurance to improve the customer experience and network performance on May 23 in Dublin, Ireland.
Roughly 3,500 tele-management and network management professionals from 700 companies and 80 counties will gather to share ideas and learn how to make the most of the 'Connected Life'.
The conference particular focus will be drawn on the cable industry, with Zemon and Gonuguntla discussing the:
Changing landscape and drivers for Multiple System Operators (MSOs).
Effective Service Assurance in a Managed Service Provider (MSP) Environment.
Service Assurance Goals and Challenges for American Support's customers.
Existing solutions, changing needs and Next Generation Service Assurance.
Focus on Customer Experience, Time-to-market and the need to Reduce OpEx to more effectively compete.
Service Assurance Best Practices for MSOs
The session is scheduled for Wednesday, May 23 at 2:30PM -3:00PM in the Liffey Meeting Room at the Convention Centre Dublin, Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland.
Details about The TM Forum are available at http://www.tmforum.org/ManagementWorld2012/
About American Support
American Support is the only provider of complete back-office services to the telecommunications industry in the USA and is proud to be creating jobs here at home.
For 22 years, clients have trusted American Support to connect with their customers. Today American Support has more than 550 employees in nearly 30 states. Day in and day out American Support focuses on quality and knows that when it comes to customer retention and growth; every contact counts. The web-based customer contact platform, used by American Support, handles over 70 million interactions per year, while delivering unparalleled scalability and security.
About the TM Forum
TM Forum is a global, non-profit industry association focused on enabling service provider agility and innovation. As an established thought-leader in service creation, management and delivery, the Forum serves as a unifying force across industries, enabling more than 900 member companies to solve critical business issues through access to a wealth of knowledge, intellectual capital and standards. The Forum provides a unique, fair and safe environment for the entire value-chain to collaborate and overcome the barriers to a vibrant, open digital economy, helping member companies of all sizes gain a competitive edge by enabling efficiency and agility in their IT and operations.
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