Faced with massive industry disruption and consolidation, Communications Service Providers (CSPs) are rapidly transforming to become Digital Service Providers (DSPs) to succeed.
CSPs need cloud-enabled speed and agility, to go to market quickly and, test and iterate upon a wider variety of products and services, without having to compromise on enterprise-grade scalability, performance and security. You can't get there with your existing business support system (BSS). To become a DSP requires an agility layer to deliver new, bundled, and rapidly evolving digital services.
Aria Systems and Avalara team-up to bring insights in an informative one-hour webinar that will prepare you for these challenges. Attend and you'll learn:
Where are you in the process? Find out if you are on track. Watch now.
Meet the Presenters:
Sr. Tax Consultant
VP, Product Marketing
|In addition to guiding communications clients through complex tax scenarios, Sandra regularly blogs and speaks on key tax industry topics. Prior to joining Avala, Ms. Thomas served for 12 years as the Platte County Auditor, an elected position where she received the "Outstanding CPA in Government" award from the Missoura Society of Certified Public Accountants in 2003 for the advances made during her tenure as Auditor. Ms. Thomas holds a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Accounting from William Jewell College and a master of Sciences degree in Accounting from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. She has served on the Missouri State Board of Accountancy and as a Board Member for the Missouri society of CPAs. She is active in the AICP, a member of the Broadband Tax Institute. The Institute for Professionals in Taxation and serves on the Sales and Use Tax Symposium committee.||Sean Rollings is a seasoned product and corporate marketing executive in the high technology, software, and consumer products industries. His areas of expertise include: cloud computing, new product introductions, and cross-functional leadership. Prior to Aria, Rollings worked with NetSuite, Oracle, E2open, and Deloitte Consulting. Rollings earned his Bachelors of Engineering from Vanderbilt University and his MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management.|