Axiom Launches Service Creation Software

Axiom Systems launches the first service creation environment product, AXiOSS® SCE

May 18, 2004

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READING, UK -- A new product from software firm Axiom Systems will give non-technical product staff at telecoms companies the ability to create new services within a matter of days using Service Creation Environments.

AXiOSS® SCE (Service Creation Environment) is a new version of Axiom’s AXiOSS® Suite, incorporating order management, inventory management and service activation.

It gives technical and non-technical personnel at service providers the ability to build new bundled services using a library of simple-to-use ‘building blocks’.

Staff do not need technical knowledge to use a service creation environment. The user simply selects components required for the service from a list and ‘packages’ them up. The components have enough ‘intelligence’ to interact with each other in order to effectively deliver the service.

Gareth Senior, Chief Executive of Axiom Systems, said: “Service Creation Environments are a way for service providers to generate higher revenues, control costs and increase customer retention in a volatile market environment, by simplifying the OSS design process and speeding up implementation.”

The main feature, a service creator client, enables product marketing and product management teams within service providers to build new products consisting of published components with default service values such as quality of service parameters.

Senior added: “Our customers can now control provisioning costs and streamline service configuration to deliver new services faster than ever before.”

Adrian Rogers, Head of Development, BSS, at THUS Plc, said: “AXiOSS® SCE is a breakthrough for any service provider looking to launch new bundled services within days, without overloading the internal technical resource. Whether you’re in a position to design, plan, operate or market network-based services, the Service Creation Environment is the new business model for service provider profitability."

Axiom Systems Inc.

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