Ontology Systems set to unveil OSS/BSS intelligent semantic search apps at Management World 2012
Powerful 360-degree views for customer, service and revenue management and operational agility
London, UK – May 04, 2012: Ontology Systems (www.ontology.com), the semantic-search technology provider for Enterprise Data Alignment, today announced its presence at TM Forum’s Management World conference in Dublin later this month.
Visitors to the conference will be amongst the first to hear about Ontology’s suite of semantic-search apps and see them in action at the Ontology booth (#58) at the conference. Today, Ontology is able to search and align practically any raw data source within weeks, not months, to deliver:
· 360° customer views of services and the state of the supporting infrastructure;
· 360° infrastructure views that join multiple network, technology and equipment sources into a single topology; and
· 360° migration views to realign conflicting data sources across multiple inventory, network and BSS systems, provide clear visibility of e migration risk and produce clean, well-understood consolidated output ready for load into new systems.
Benedict Enweani, CEO and founder of Ontology Systems, commented: “We are currently working on the finishing touches to our announcement and are eagerly looking forward to meeting with service providers and industry players alike to tell them more about out semantic-search apps.”
Also at the conference, Ontology’s CTO, Leo Zancani, will be presenting at an ontologies and semantic technology session for industry and academic researchers on Thursday 24th May. The session aims to promote greater awareness of the use on ontologies and semantic technology for the telecoms sector.
Management World 2012 is being held at The Convention Centre in Dublin from May 22nd to 24th, 2012. See www.tmforum.org/mwd2012 for more information about the event.
For further information, or to arrange a meeting with an Ontology representative, please contact email@example.com or simply visit their booth at the show (#58).