Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Webinar: How professional services play an essential role in service provider digital transformation


MEET THE SPEAKERS:


Michael Sullivan-Trainor is an executive analyst in TBR’s Telecom Practice. Michael specializes in telecom vendor and operator research and helps set overall research direction. Michael leverages his 25 years of experience in the telecom industry to provide thought leadership and insight in syndicated and project work.  
Michael oversees TBR’s Telecom Practice portfolio, including the NFV portfolio, 5G portfolio, capex and opex forecasts, operator metrics, and vendor and operator benchmarks, and Telecom Infrastructure Services portfolio, including TBR’s annual TIS Addressable Market Forecast, covering all major geographic regions and services segments, and quarterly Telecom Infrastructure Services (TIS) Benchmark, covering more than 40 suppliers. Michael also tracks services spending and revenue trends, conducts in-depth custom studies, and completes webinars and thought leadership pieces based on his ongoing research.  

Emmanuel A. Otchere is CMO, Carrier Software Service at Huawei 
Role and Responsibilities
Professional Services market operations with Huawei since 2011 involved in market development of Carrier service-solutions and supporting lead-to-cash for light house projects. Extensive contribution by way of market analysis and insights, service portfolio development and steering solution roadmaps based on customer business understanding. Has more than 18 years’ experience in ICT Transformation & Telecom Operations Management
14 Years as CIO & IT Director of various Multinational Telecom Operators including Western Wireless corporation (US), MTN, Zain Africa, Airtel Africa and many more
Extensive leadership and strategy background in Business, Operations and Technology transformation projects at regional and country level operations across Interconnect & Settlement, Core Network, FWLL WAN, CRM, Convergent BSS, Mobile Money, KYC, Number Portability, Data Centers, MIS etc.



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