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NGOSS Standards and Benefits

�NGOSS distilled� by John Reilly and Martin Creaner outlines how all the Next-Generation Operations Support Systems (NGOSS) components fit together and how today's telecom solution designers can bring immediate benefits to their businesses by adopting NGOSS.

Written by two of the world's leading authorities on the subject � Reilly, an advisory product architect and principal member of the technical staff for MetaSolv Software Inc. and Creaner, vice president and CTO of the Telemanagement Forum � �NGOSS distilled� gives a step-by-step explanation of the core NGOSS components including:

eTOM: the enhanced Telecoms Operations Map is an industry-agreed set of integrated business process descriptions, used for mapping and analyzing operational processes and created with today's customer-centric market in mind.

SID: the Shared Information and Data model is a comprehensive information architecture for the telecom industry.

NGOSS Integration Framework: the core architectural principles for designing an NGOSS compliant solution.

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