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Analysys Mason Hosts Live Webinar on a Unified Service Assurance Approach to Consolidate Systems and Transform to Service-Oriented Operations

Broadvox Will Discuss How Monolith Software's Unified Service Assurance Platform Drives IT and OSS Transformation

RICHARDSON, TX and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwired - September 17, 2013) - Analysys Mason and Monolith Software today announced a live webinar for IT and OSS management and professionals on how to use unified service assurance to create service-oriented operations. Broadvox® will join Analysys Mason and Monolith Software on the October 3rd webinar and discuss the benefits they have received from using Monolith's Unified Service Assurance platform.

A unified service assurance approach enables communications service providers and enterprises to consolidate their management systems and transform their operations to deliver more efficient, automated, and service-oriented operations.

"Our ability to deliver superior customer service is a huge competitive differentiator for Broadvox," says Chuck Ray, Director of Network Operations, Broadvox. "Monolith's powerful unified monitoring capabilities allow us to be highly proactive with our clients and to deliver ever higher levels of quality service. This has a positive impact on our entire business."

Webinar attendees will learn:

  • Why network operations consolidation and the transition to service operations centers is creating demand for unified service assurance solutions that combine performance, fault, and service management functions.
  • How Broadvox is using Monolith Software's Unified Service Assurance platform to drive their IT and OSS transformation.
  • How to consolidate disparate and legacy tools to significantly reduce operations costs and accelerate delivery of new services.

Webinar Title: Driving IT and OSS Transformation with Unified Service Assurance

When: Thursday, October 3, 2013 11:00AM EDT/4:00PM BST

Patrick Kelly, Research Director at Analysys Mason
Chuck Ray, Director Network Operations at Broadvox
Jonathan Crawford, Marketing and Business Development at Monolith Software

Register for this free one-hour webinar at: www.analysysmason.com/About-Us/News/Events/Unified-service-assurance-Oct2013 or http://www.monolith-software.com/news-and-events/Webinar-Driving-IT-and-OSS-transformation-with-unified-service-assurance.php.

The 45-minute presentation will be followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer session for participants. Webinar replays will be available on www.monolith-software.com and www.analysysmason.com after the event.

About Monolith Software
Monolith Software provides a next generation, service assurance solution that unifies fault, performance, topology, and service level management in a single scalable platform. Built from the ground up on a single codebase, our fully integrated and multi-tenant platform uses an open and unified approach for data collection, enrichment, and visualization and reporting. Leading telecommunications and managed service providers and enterprises around the world, including Broadvox™, CHR Solutions, eircom Group, Oracle, Tata Communications, and Tele2 use Monolith to unify and simplify their infrastructure management, and consolidate disparate and legacy tools to significantly reduce operations costs, and assure delivery of new services and enhance customer experience. For more information, visit www.monolithsoftware.com.

About Analysys Mason
Analysys Mason is the world's premier specialist adviser in telecoms, IT, and media. Through its global presence, Analysys Mason delivers strategy advice, operations support, and market intelligence to leading commercial and public sector organisations in over 100 countries.

Monolith Software Contact:
Jonathan Crawford
Monolith Software
[email protected]
+1-312-957-6470 x2006

Analysys Mason Contact:
Kate Brown
Press Officer
Analysys Mason
[email protected]
+44 207 395 9000

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