Deliver customized subscriber offerings with Ericsson Service Enablement. Create value for partners and fully monetize assets by providing agility, responsiveness and a unique user experience.
Progress toward the Networked Society is rapid, with service innovation improving our lives in every industry, every day. And mobile operators are uniquely positioned to unlock the full potential of tomorrow’s technology. Consumer demand for more personalized services will be met by the operator-owned network assets that can take the digital experience to the next level.
By combining different network assets and making them easily available for both internal and partner use, mobile operators can target new verticals and move further up the value chain. The Ericsson Service Enablement Platform is a holistic solution that helps you accomplish this.
Sitting in between connectivity and applications, the service enablement layer provides the means to free developers from needing low level data structure information. Content providers can store data in their own clouds and then provide access as needed. Our service enablement platform provides robust OSS/BSS solutions across self-care, storefronts, asset sharing, M2M and converged mobile service creation. So you can pursue new verticals, give subscribers the experience they want, drive loyalty and add new revenue streams.
There is a real opportunity for operators to use their OSS/BSS to extend their reach far beyond traditional mobile service offerings. The Ericsson Service Enablement Platform supports the flexibility, agility and responsiveness needed to deliver the user experiences that make this possible.
Leverage the web and apps in new ways, expand wholesale businesses with controlled exposure of key assets, and explore new value chains with newly connected enterprise segments.
Use the Ericsson Unified Service Exposure service enablement solution to share key assets with partners for the creation of innovative services that open new revenue streams.
Magnus Lundgren, Head of Connected Vehicle Cloud, on what we showed together with Volvo Cars at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 in Las Vegas
Magnus Lundgren, head of connected vehicle cloud, Ericsson, on the integration of the cloud into the connected vehicle infrastructure.