For the techiest in the group, I will share news on Vast Broadband upgrades in part because they serve “over 58,000 residential and business customers” in South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota. And in part because it smooths the transition for acquired subscribers, which might speak to future plans. Business Wire reports…
Netcracker Fully-Managed Cloud BSS and OSS Solution to Enhance Customer Experience, Deliver End-to-end Automation, and Reduce Total Cost of Ownership for Vast
Netcracker announced today that it has been selected by Vast Broadband to deliver a BSS and OSS transformation program that will enable the growing cable and Internet service provider to enhance its customer experience, quickly introduce new services, consolidate its BSS and OSS platforms to reduce total cost of ownership, and realize post-acquisition efficiencies. This extended multiyear fully-managed agreement between the companies demonstrates the ongoing strategic partnership between Vast and Netcracker as well as the future-proofing alignment between Vast’s business vision and Netcracker’s technology roadmap. Leveraging more than two decades of success delivering business transformation for communications service providers, Netcracker’s uniquely skilled professional services team will help Vast execute a BSS/OSS transformation initiative.
This program will automate Vast’s end-to-end fulfillment processes and will dramatically reduce operational costs by migrating subscribers and consolidating multiple BSS and OSS systems gained via acquisition onto Vast’s fully hosted Netcracker BSS and OSS solution.