SOA Strategy and SID Usage Are Driving OSS/BSS Integration in 2006
February 02, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsWaltham, MA February 2, 2006 —-More than half ( 58.5%) of ninety telecommunication companies surveyed by Pantero Corporation, a leading provider of semantic integration software for SOAs, are undertaking pilot projects or have major SOA projects underway as 2006 begins.
47.7 % of the same companies are running pilot projects or mounting major SID projects. And 26 percent have triple-play or multi-service offerings underway while another 10.2% expect market trials to begin during the first half of 2006.
“These results suggest that there is a growing momentum to physically integrate OSS components and to leverage the SID model to facilitate the integration process, Pano Anthos, CEO of Pantero observed. “Using the SID brings a loosely coupled architecture to life faster, easier and cheaper than other methods and yields an agile, high performance SOA deployment.”
28% of telcos are considering SOA as their approach for OSS/BSS integration and 42.2% are considering using the SID in the process.
“Our soundings in the market confirm the survey data. More and more telecommunications and financial service companies are considering a SID-based approach because it decreases the time-to-value, mitigates risk and provides an easy way to enforce data and semantic consistency across the enterprise.”
The survey was conducted among 100 executives attending a Telemarketing Forum Webinar toward the end of 2005.
About Pantero Corporation
Based in Waltham, Mass., Pantero provides breakthrough technology to deliver valid business data in integration projects. Pantero’s software is the first integration solution to go beyond managing the format integrity of data to address the far costlier challenge of managing the business validity of data shared between applications. By automating the validation of integrated data, enterprises can reduce the cost, time and complexity of integrating systems by over 40%. Pantero’s unique metadata-driven Exchange Model™ manages both the format integrity and business integrity of data, using a wide variety of models, including industry-specific, application-specific and even custom models, replacing hand code with reuse and automation. Backed by top-tier investors including Draper Fisher Jurvetson, its affiliate fund Draper Fisher Jurvetson Gotham Ventures, and Partech International, Pantero’s technology is currently being deployed at pilot sites that include some of the world’s largest corporations.