Oracle Wins at Lyse

Lyse Tele selects Oracle for OSS transformation to enhance business-process efficiency

April 29, 2008

2 Min Read

CHICAGO --



  • Oracle today announced that Lyse Tele, a leading Norwegian utility and communications company, selected Oracle® Communications Service Fulfillment Suite to help manage its growing network and enable efficient delivery of multi-play communications services including VoIP, IPTV and mobile services. Lyse Tele's operational support systems (OSS) transformation will include implementations of Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management, Oracle Communications Order and Service Management and Oracle Communications Service Activation.

  • Lyse Tele, which offers full triple-play, fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and mobile services to customers in Norway and Denmark, will implement the Oracle Communications applications to replace custom-built systems in order to streamline expected subscriber growth and to reduce total cost of ownership. Lyse Tele and its partners operate one of northern Europe's largest, fully integrated FTTH networks with more than 100,000 connected customers. Lyse Tele selected Oracle over its competitors due to the strength of its end-to-end offering for the communications industry and its compliance with industry standards -- such as the TM Forum's Next-Generation Operational Support Systems (NGOSS) and Standard Information/Data Model (SID).

  • Unlike traditional network-focused inventory management systems that provide a view of network assets without accurately relating them to specific customers or services, Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management shows how each customer consumes resources across multiple services and networks -- allowing service providers like Lyse Tele to deliver services more quickly, improve compliance related to their infrastructures and manage network resources more effectively.

  • With Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management, Lyse Tele will gain a real-time, unified view of customer, service and resource inventory -- vital for rolling out complex next-generation services. Lyse Tele expects to leverage the application's customer-centric views to increase operational efficiency and accelerate delivery of new services.

  • Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management will also integrate with Oracle Communications Order and Service Management and Oracle Communications Service Activation to streamline the order-to-activation process and help ensure accurate and cost-effective service delivery.

  • Lyse Tele already is using Oracle Siebel CRM to manage customer information in order to deliver high quality customer service. In addition, the provider uses Oracle Database and components of Oracle Fusion Middleware.



Supporting Quotes



  • "Lyse Tele's selection of Oracle for the service provider's OSS transformation is yet another validation of the value of Oracle's end- to-end, integrated solution offering for service providers worldwide. Oracle Communications Service Fulfillment Suite and our recently launched Unified Inventory Management product will serve as the foundation for Lyse Tele to quickly deploy and automate next-generation IP-based services for solid competitive advantage," said Bhaskar Gorti, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications.

  • "As we seek to expand our services and grow our business, the ability to scale and streamline our OSS is fundamental to our success. We look forward to rolling out the Oracle applications to help us continue to deploy new, useful, innovative next-generation services for our customers," said Tore Kristoffersen, chief technology officer, Lyse Tele.



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