Separate Reality Joins TM Forum as a Corporate Member
We are pleased to announce that Separate Reality has joined TM Forum, a global industry association for the telecoms sector, as a corporate member.
Separate Reality has more than 20 years’ experience developing innovative software for the international telecoms market. In fact, our advanced integration platform the SR-SSB was initially created for the telecoms industry and has been advancing to anticipate and even exceed the industry’s evolving needs.
TM Forum works across 180 countries with different suppliers and partners from the telecoms industry to help drive digital transformation. It is an alliance of more than 850 global companies that work together to share knowledge and experience to solve industry-wide challenges.
Through our membership of TM forum, we hope to share the extensive sector knowledge we have amassed over 20 years to contribute to supporting communication service providers (CSPs) and the wider community in realising digital transformation.
Nick Jennings, CEO and Founder at Separate Reality, said: “I am delighted to announce Separate Reality has joined TM Forum as a corporate member. TM Forum is one of the leading forums in the telecom industry and our membership provides us with a brilliant opportunity to work with like-minded partners to solve complex industry-wide challenges and deliver breakthrough technology that further accelerates change.”
We are proud to say that our product stack is tried, tested, and trusted by telecoms providers, MVNOs and MVNEs around the globe. Our clients include Optus, Comverse, Verizon, Virgin Mobile, IBM, Orange, Vodafone, Foxtel, VADSA and Progresif. Find out more about our work in the telecoms sector here.
As members of TM Forum, we’ll also be attending Digital Transformation World in Copenhagen, 20-22 September. Connect with us on LinkedIn and get in touch if you’ll also be attending – it would be great to meet up.
Want to work with us? Find out more about our products and how you can streamline your services for your customers. Get in touch today by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0191 211 1931.