Elion Uses Ceon's OSS

Elion, a fixed-broadband provider in Estonia, to deploy Ceon's Product Control Center (PCC) product lifecycle management (PLM)

May 23, 2007

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TALLINN, Estonia and REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Elion, the leading fixed-broadband provider in Estonia, is preparing to deploy Ceon’s Product Control Center (PCC) product lifecycle management (PLM) and new product introduction solution. Elion made the decision to pilot Ceon PCC as the first phase of a multi phase deployment after analyzing and reviewing the ability of PCC to meet its product management needs.

Ceon PCC is the communication industry’s first purpose-built and standards-based system focused on enabling service providers to construct, manage, and deploy a layered product catalog that includes the full technical and commercial definition of products. PCC supports extended attributes, complex business rules, constraint processing, multi-user collaboration, entity revision management, lifecycle state management, a SID-based data model, and online order configuration and price calculation support.

IP-transformation and accelerating competition is forcing service providers to be more creative and agile in rolling out new product offerings. The primary way in which operators can differentiate themselves going forward is around innovative product offerings. Ceon PCC has been developed to meet the product management challenges faced by operators in today’s marketplace, where product lifecycle management systems have now become a strategic imperative rather than an operational efficiency consideration.

"Ceon PCC will be used to manage the end to end lifecycle of our product and service offerings. As more complex bundled products like Triple Play services are being demanded by our customers, it is critical that the product creation process maps directly to the networks ability to deliver the created products and the PCC will manage this process for us", said Agur Jogi, Chief Information Officer of Elion.

Ceon Corp.

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