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Our telecommunications experience made it easy to help these two companies integrate their backend systems to keep their customers online during a large merger within the communications industry.
Cloud-based offerings improve the customer experience for this global leader in business communications.
Excelacom is exhibiting in Booth #345 at the Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) Annual Convention in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Sept. 7-10.
Excelacom, a global services and solutions provider to customers in telecommunications and communications-related industries, has appointed Lior Auslander as Vice President, Client Management.
Excelacom has boosted its marketing capability by naming Yossi Abraham to the newly created position of Vice President Marketing & Products.
Earlier this year, Excelacom began working with a major MSO to support its transition from Waterfall to Agile in its business services team. The Waterfall software methodology long favored by large technology organizations is increasingly out of step with modern business requirements. Agile development allows for far more rapid rollouts of new products and features, speeding time to market/revenue under intense and challenging market conditions.
Anup Abraham, MBA, PMI-ACP, PMP /
The Application Framework (TAM) is one part of TM Forum's Frameworx, a suite of best practices and standards that enable an "efficient approach to business operations." TAM has proven very useful for companies like Excelacom, but our work with TAM—and especially the analysis that dives into the inner workings and functional domains of each application—has made it clear that there is a need for further levels of functional decomposition.
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Virtualization is the creation of multiple, distinct operating systems on one physical computer. The concept traces its roots to the 1960s mainframe environment, but it wasn’t until the early 2000s that there was much need or ability to virtualize the x86-based and Unix machines covering the floors of many corporate data centers.
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