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Making AI More Effective (functionality + costs) for the whole company

Making AI More Effective (functionality + costs) for the whole company Artificial intelligence may provide meaningful contributions to all departments within a company at different times. Also, AI-supported system needs and requirements may differ for each department. So how is it possible to ensure correct AI efficiency (not only in terms of functionality but also in terms of cost)? As Etiya, we list three critical AI efficiency issues and our suggestions regarding them: - Implementation - AI as a Service / On-premise Centralized AI - Development - a powerful ecosystem  - Data - Internal data research and prioritization focus Let's discuss one by one; 1. Implementation - AI as a Service / On-premise Centralized AI AI is vital for competition on specific issues, regardless of the size of the company. As mentioned above, the market structure differentiates this requirement for each department in time and scope. A critical AI implementation decision depends on the correct evaluation of a number of variables: - Company size - Resource allocation - AI develo...

14 July 2020

Making AI More Effective (functionality + costs) for the whole company

Making AI More Effective (functionality + costs) for the whole company Artificial intelligence may provide meaningful contributions to all departments within a company at different times. Also, AI-supported system needs and requirements may differ for each department. So how is it possible to ensure correct AI efficiency (not only in terms of functionality but also in terms of cost)? As Etiya, we list three critical AI efficiency issues and our suggestions regarding them: - Implementation - AI as a Service / On-premise Centralized AI - Development - a powerful ecosystem  - Data - Internal data research and prioritization focus Let's discuss one by one; 1. Implementation - AI as a Service / On-premise Centralized AI AI is vital for competition on specific issues, regardless of the size of the company. As mentioned above, the market structure differentiates this requirement for each department in time and scope. A critical AI implementation decision depends on the correct evaluation of a number of variables: - Company size - Resource allocation - AI develo...

14 July 2020

Taking on the greenfield operators with digital sub brands

Mobile operators are looking to transform their entire organization to be more agile and customer centric. Digital sub-brands provide an opportunity to try out new platforms, operating models and customer relationships.  Read this report written by TM Forum to understand: •    The strategic reasons for creating a sub-brand •    How sub-brands improve customer experience •    Why creating sub-brands is challenging for existing IT systems and how to address the challenges •    How CSPs like O2, Orange, Saudi Telecom Company, Vidéotron and Vodafone have built successful sub-brands •    Why using teams with expertise outside telecoms is important •    How sub-brands can kickstart digital and cultural transformation •    How sub-brands impact CSPs’ wider wholesale strategies Author: Barry Graham,  Contributing Analyst, TM Forum 
23 June 2020

Videotron’s Transformation Journey with Etiya’s AI Driven Cloud Native Digital Business Platform

In 2018, Quebec-based Videotron began an ambitious plan to transform itself: to become a digital-based company, transforming from a complex legacy, multi-system operating environment to an agile, open, standards-based architecture. Videotron chose Etiya as the main partner for this transformation journey and Etiya Digital Business Platform, a cloud-native full stack BSS, is at the heart of this journey. The transformation began with Fizz, an independent all-digital mobile brand, and continued with the launch of Helix in August 2019. Helix is a multi-device TV and Internet platform service that replaces Videotron’s legacy TV and Internet service. Read this case study to understand; •    the details of Videotron’s transformation journey •    how Etiya helped Videotron to launch Helix with a hybrid cloud architecture that includes Etiya’s 100% digital BSS, in 9 months  •    benefits of using a brand-new digital BSS platform during the transformation period  •    how enterprise architectu...

18 June 2020

Videotron’s Transformation Journey with Etiya’s AI Driven Cloud Native Digital Business Platform

In 2018, Quebec-based Videotron began an ambitious plan to transform itself: to become a digital-based company, transforming from a complex legacy, multi-system operating environment to an agile, open, standards-based architecture. Videotron chose Etiya as the main partner for this transformation journey and Etiya Digital Business Platform, a cloud-native full stack BSS, is at the heart of this journey. The transformation began with Fizz, an independent all-digital mobile brand, and continued with the launch of Helix in August 2019. Helix is a multi-device TV and Internet platform service that replaces Videotron’s legacy TV and Internet service. Read this case study to understand; •    the details of Videotron’s transformation journey •    how Etiya helped Videotron to launch Helix with a hybrid cloud architecture that includes Etiya’s 100% digital BSS, in 9 months  •    benefits of using a brand-new digital BSS platform during the transformation period  •    how enterprise architectu...

18 June 2020

Upcoming Experience Shift with Intelligent Slicing

I remember my first phone, a Nokia 5110. I bought it in the late 90s, early 2000s. Although I still don't know why it is one of my most favorite old items. Since then, many things have changed in the telecommunications industry. As a former IP software architect and someone on the telecom software industry's factory floor, I observed innovations that originated mostly on the technology and "inside" the industry.  However, with 5G, the systemic "ego" in the sector, in other words, the structure dedicated to the telecom sector, has been changing and gives its place to a robust “eco” system covering different sectors. TM Forum 2019 reports highlight that the developments also transform the operators' roles, namely defining them ecosystem owners. This new role brings an additional value of approximately 600 billion dollars for operators. The 5G network is capable of supporting cloud applications. In this way, its service-based architecture can provide a more accessible and flexible interaction capability enriched with other networks and ...
18 June 2020
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