The TCTSL digital transformation roadmap for CSPs outlines the strategic priorities that will enable them to derisk the transformation journey, while the network assessment as a service will deliver and help Microsoft channel partners improve employee productivity and operational excellence of their customers.
Mumbai, 20 March 2017 – Tata Communications Transformation Services Limited (TCTSL), a leading Telco transformation and managed services provider and wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Communications, had its most successful Mobile World Congress 2017, where it announced a partnership with Microsoft to deliver Network Assessment as a Service to its channel partners and unveiled industry leading Digital Transformation Roadmap in consultation with OVUM Consulting.
TCTSL is collaborating with Microsoft channel partners to deliver Network Assessment as a Service (NAaaS) and add-on services for Office 365 built under the Skype Operations Framework (SOF) to facilitate and support digital workspace collaboration. Packaging years of network management experience, the NAaaS offers a best in class network assessment framework to accelerate Office 365 managed services for Telcos, improving employee productivity and operational excellence.
“It is a business priority for all enterprises to provide consistent and seamless user experience to enhance employee productivity across devices and locations”, said Sandeep Bhatnagar, CEO of TCTSL. “Our NAaaS services will help Office 365 and Skype for Business providers leverage our years of experience to maximize and deliver the best results on an enterprise customer’s network.”
TCTSL has also launched a Digital Transformation Roadmap in partnership with OVUM Consulting, to help operators derisk the journey from a Communication Service Provider (CSP) to a Digital Service Provider (DSP). TCTSL will help CSPs identify new revenue sources through digital business systematically listing out impending priorities for CSP leaders and managers to build their unique transformation roadmap. During MWC, TCTSL discussed in detail the transformation priorities for individual Telcos to build customer transformation roadmaps and deliberated on larger partnerships in areas where TCTS can help.
“We believe that while individual transformation priorities for each service provider will be unique, an indicative framework for transformation can help operators with more efficient execution and de-risk their transformation projects,” said Sandeep.
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