TORONTO--(Marketwire - Sep 13, 2012) - Sigma Systems, the authority in provisioning converged broadband, VoIP and IPTV services, will share its insights on leveraging OSS solutions to prepare the back-office for FTTH deployments at the 2012 FTTH Conference taking place September 23 - 27 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. The conference, hosted by the FTTH Council Americas, focuses on the latest in fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technologies, network design and business operations.
Sigma's vice president of product management, Rick Mallon, will deliver a session titled "Preparing Back-Office Systems to Support FTTH Networks," illustrating the necessity for operators to properly prepare their customer-facing and back-office systems to support a retail-oriented end-to-end process. Scheduled for Sunday, September 23 at 4:15pm, Mallon will outline steps for service providers to confront their most challenging obstacles as they ready their network infrastructure for expanding FTTH networks, including transformation from a utility model with a captive market to a retail model where consumers are demanding more personalized and specialized services.
"As the number of service providers initiating or expanding fiber-to-the-home networks rises, many telcos realize that back-office systems are the lynchpin to speed time-to-market for new services," said Tim Spencer, President and COO of Sigma Systems. "In this session, Mallon will share Sigma's real-life experience with provisioning FTTH networks and the steps needed to prepare back-office systems to confidently pursue a transition to IP video."
For more information about Sigma Systems or to schedule a meeting with Rick Mallon at the 2012 FTTH Conference, please contact Caitlin Mattias at email@example.com.
About Sigma Systems
Sigma Systems is the proven global leader in delivering converged broadband services. Sigma Systems' powerful solutions enable the world's Next-Generation Operators (NGOs) to deliver a rich consumer experience through communications and entertainment services -- over any access technology to any device. The company's award-winning solutions include order management, provisioning and activation, and active mediation of residential and business VoIP, broadband, video, and triple-play and quad-play services. With the support of Sigma's Professional Services, NGOs around the globe -- including Charter, Cox, Rogers, TELUS, Cogeco Cable, YouSee, Tiscali, NET Servicos, Technology Networks, iTSCOM and ZON Multimedia and more -- are leveraging Sigma's solutions for service transformation and rapid, reliable delivery of today's -- and tomorrow's -- new services. For more information about Sigma Systems, visit http://www.sigma-systems.com and follow the company on Twitter at http://twitter.com/sigmasystems.