Wednesday, March 24, 2021, 4:30 PM IST / 12:00 PM London
The promise of 5G has been a major subject of discussion for some time now. The fact that legacy platforms are not yet ready to support new pricing and business models is becoming a bottleneck to delivering those promises.
STL is delighted to invite you to a webinar, in association with ET Telecom, titled “5G Monetization for a Digital Economy Powered by Multi-Sided Business Models” which will be hosted on March 24, 2021 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm IST. In this webinar, Ravi Shankar, Head - Product Management, OSS/BSS, STL, and Tilemachos Koulouris, Vice President - Sales, STL, will address how policy control and charging functions can be used as levers to monetize 5G-enabled use cases.
Key topics to be covered include:
> The evolution of network slicing
> The new charging capabilities required for 5G
> The new levers of monetization
Ravi is a seasoned professional with a customer-first approach & a proven track record of product and portfolio management, technology development, and digital transformation in the enterprise & network software domain. Being a strong advocate of a people-first, digital lifestyle, and equitable access to resources, Ravi is passionate about using technology to bring extreme agility, data-driven decision making, and significant cost savings to the enterprises. He is an accomplished leader with distinguished abilities in all facets of product design, marketing strategies, including acquisitions and portfolio consolidation through extensive experience in international and multi-cultural environments.
A seasoned leader in the technology, media, and telecoms market with more than 22 years of international experience, Tilemachos Koulouris is STLs Vice President for the SW business. During the past two decades, he has been working closely with global CSPs, consulting and helping clients on their digitalization transformation strategy & execution. Prior to joining STL, Tilemachos has held key positions in the industry's leading companies such as Oracle, Comverse, Ericsson, and Siemens. He is an alumnus from IMD Business School in Lausanne, Switzerland, he holds a BSc in Computer Science & Economics from the University of Wales, UK, and an MBA from Athens University of Business & Economics in Greece.