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SlideshowPhoto Highlights: Operations Transformation Forum 2017
Ray Le Maistre
9/17/2017
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HONG KONG -- Operations Transformation Forum 2017 -- Hundreds of service provider executives converged on Hong Kong on Monday September 18 at Huawei's annual event to catch up with how their peers are transforming their operations and corporate processes.

Service provider executives from every continent turned up to share their experiences and provide insight into their progress. Click on the picture below to start the slideshow, which provides commentary on the proceedings throughout the event.

 

Operations Transformation Forum 2017
Hundreds of service provider executives, Huawei partners, industry analysts and media converged at the #OTF17.
Hundreds of service provider executives, Huawei partners, industry analysts and media converged at the #OTF17.

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242ak
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242ak,
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9/22/2017 | 1:35:13 PM
d+ and content partners
Last year at MWC Shanghai, Kazuhiro Yoshizawa, then the recently appointed CEO, spoke about the d+ strategy, and how a more open, flexible back office allowed NTT to use its network assets, coupled with a range of content partners, to launch new revenue generating services at a faster pace than ever before. 
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Carol Wilson,
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9/22/2017 | 1:12:05 PM
Continuous Transformation Journey
This is probably the most accurately named vendor strategy/product name I've heard in a very long time. I'm curious as to what makes up such a thing, and I'm assuming it will vary widely among different carriers, since everyone is starting their journey from a different place. 
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iainmorris,
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9/18/2017 | 3:06:44 AM
DT making progress
It sounds as though Deutsche Telekom is starting to offering more services over the pan-net platform, or is at least now planning for that. What will be interesting is to see (if we can) what impact these have on customer enagement with the operator as well as its own operational efficiency - its targets for cost savings by 2020, for instance, are pretty ambitious.
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