Ericsson has announced that it has been recognized as the telecom software revenue leader by Analysys Mason. Ericsson ranks as the first in the worldwide market share across 18 key segments including, service fulfillment, service delivery platforms, and network management systems.
Speaking about the achievement, Per Borgklint, Senior Vice President and Head of Business Unit Support Solutions, said “Ericsson’s continued top software rankings affirms our global strategy and continued focus on solutions that help our customers become agile as they boost revenues through cost-effective introduction of new technologies and services. New end-to-end customer experience management, cloud, service delivery and M2M solutions reflect our commitment to invest in areas that empower our customers to be agile in increasingly competitive markets that are filled with opportunity.”
On the other hand, recognizing Ericsson as the leader in telecom software segment, Mark Mortensen, BSS Practice Head, Analysys Mason, said “Ericsson increased its leading market share position in 2013 for its OSS/BSS solution sets and expand its contracts with tier one and two service provider customers. Ericsson continues to be the only supplier having nearly all of the software and services needed for operations. This position has been further enhanced by its recent acquisitions like Microsoft Mediaroom, Apcera, Guardtime, MetraTech, Azuki Systems and Red Bee Media.”
The 18 segments in which Ericsson has been recognized by Analysys Mason includes telecoms software worldwide, telecoms software for mobile services, telecoms software product revenue, service delivery platforms overall, by product revenue and by product-related services revenue, policy management, network management systems overall as well as in North America and Europe, Middle East and Africa, network management systems by product revenue, by product-related services revenue, and for mobile services, mobile and PSTN hardware managed by network management systems, service fulfillment overall and by product revenue, inventory management; revenue management by product revenue prepaid billing; and mediation.