Revenue management systems are at the core of all telecoms service offerings, providing the charging functions for communications service providers' (CSPs') services.
Increasing competitive pressure, growing prepaid subscriber numbers and the surge of mobile data services are all forcing changes to current systems, which provides a large and growing market for vendors to address. This Report helps market players to understand the dynamics of this changing market by tracking more than 100 vendors each year to identify changes and trends.
This report contains case studies on the following companies and their services/products in the revenue management market.
Figure 3: Revenue management revenue by region,
worldwide, 2011 and 2012
[Source: Analysys Mason, 2013]
Justin van der Lande (Senior Analyst) leads the Revenue Management and Analytics Software Strategies research programmes, which are part of Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software research stream. He specialises in business intelligence and analytics tools, the functionality of which cuts across all of the research programmes in this area. He also provides project management for large-scale projects within our Telecoms Software research. Justin has more than 20 years' experience in the communications industry in software development, marketing and research. He has held senior positions at NCR/AT&T, Micromuse (IBM), Granite Systems (Telcordia) and at the TM Forum. Justin holds a BSc in Management Science and Computer Studies from the University of Wales.
Dean Ramsay (Analyst) is a member of Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software research team, consolidating output across the seven telecoms software research programmes. He has 12 years' experience in the telecoms industry, working in operations and service delivery with major Tier 1 and more niche Tier 2 carriers, focusing on order management, revenue management and service delivery systems. Dean joined Analysys Mason in 2011 following two years working as an analyst in the mobile sector. Dean holds a BA in English from Anglia Ruskin University.