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At DTW, we will be showcasing how Waylay solves for the top initiatives of CSP in 2023:
Accomplishing a step change in efficiency and effectiveness for CSP moving to a TechCo operation.
A new approach to extending legacy OSS/BSS application capability without the onerous cost and lead time.
A rapid, yet elegant, path to AI/ML-enabled autonomous operations which avoids complex architectural reform.
How cloud native software can be used to facilitate OPEX control.
Hear from telecom experts Dan Pitt, President of Palo Alto Innovation Advisors, Adan Pope, Chief Technology Officer for Intrad, Waylay’s CEO, Leonard Donnelly, and CTO, Mihai Fagadar-Cosma as they discuss the challenge of digital transformation in the telecom industry. The panelists will also highlight the advantages of using a hyperautomation platform for digital transformation in terms of capability, stability, and the future of the telecommunications industry.
In this use case, we explore service support challenges in the connected specialty vehicle market and how specialty rules for condition-based and predictive maintenance can reduce service costs and prevent downtime for specialty vehicles in industries such as mining, construction, agriculture, or ports.
Our key solution, the Waylay Digital Service Twin, is designed to facilitate and scale up the roll out of proactive service delivery for specialty vehicle types and significantly reduce the cost-of-service management without an army of IT resources.
Download this use case to learn how to manage a large set of specialty rules for specialty vehicles at scale.
Read this white paper for a deep dive into telecom transformation. We separate the myths from the truth by tying knowledge into action for companies to deliver enhanced telecommunications services and provide the best digital experiences to customers.
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Read “Digital Transformation in the OSS/BSS Space,” by Mihai Fagadar-Cosma, CTO for EMEA at Waylay, who shares how CSPs can take full control of their digital transformation journey, reduce the time-to-market, empower their subject matter experts, strengthen the bridge between engineering and IT domains, and more.
While VPPs offer many benefits, they also present a number of challenges in terms of service support, such as coordinating repairs, optimizing performance, ensuring security and more. By addressing these challenges with a hyperautomation platform, like Waylay, VPP operators can ensure their service organization is not overwhelmed and are able to deliver reliable and cost-effective power to the grid and their customers—performing at optimal level.
Read this paper for a deep dive into telecom transformation, separating the myths from the truths and tying knowledge into action for companies to deliver enhanced digital services leading to providing the best digital experiences to customers.
Want to learn from the experts? Check out our latest 2-minute demo of the Waylay Digital Twin featuring our very own VP of product management, Tom Van Leeuwen!
Save the Date: 26 October 2022
Attend a live panel discussion with global telco experts from Waylay, leading CSPs and industry influencers who will debate and discuss the new era of telco modernization through the lens of hyperautomation. FREE TO ATTEND.
Tom Van Leeuwen
The global industrial equipment rental market is on the rise. Tom Van Leeuwen talks about the challenges and opportunities.
Automation is any technology that augments or replaces human capabilities in the workforce. Multiple technologies are needed to cover the entire spectrum of IoT solution development.
This eBook is for Application Developers, Enterprise Architects and Innovation Managers who are involved in building, packaging and commercialising IoT solutions.