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Creating Order(s) from Chaos – Automating the way network services are bought and sold between Communication Service Providers

May 5, 2022

Creating Order(s) from Chaos – Automating the way network services are bought and sold between Communication Service
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Date: May 26, 2022

Date: Thursday, May 26, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

High-speed connectivity is crucial for 5G, Cloud and SD-WAN services. However, ordering wholesale broadband and transport services between Communications Service Providers (CSPs) remains a slow, outdated process. Despite their legacy system investment, CSPs are still limited by their use of siloed tools which makes adopting new business models difficult.

True SASE and network-as-a-service architecture require end-to-end automation and orchestration.CSPs offering on-demand services will need to deliver fiber, broadband and off-net access services in as close to a zero-touch manner as possible. CSPs must transform to compete in today’s digital economy.

This must-attend webinar for those involved in the ordering and delivery of access and transport services between Service Providers will focus on how CSPs are gaining a competitive advantage through automation.

Other topics to be addressed include:

  • How APIs are shaping the way for digital transformation

  • The financial and customer benefits of automating inter-provider services

  • How to turn quotes into orders more quickly and efficiently

  • Strategies to support a growing ecosystem of trading partners

John Denemark – Senior Vice President and General Manager, Carrier Provisioning – Neustar, A TransUnion Company
Mark Aslakson – Wholesale Sales Manager – Dakota Carrier Network (DCN)
Jim Hodges – Research Director – Cloud and Security – Heavy Reading

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