Santa Clara, California – October 21, 2022 – LotusFlare, provider of a cloud-native digital commerce and monetization service for communications and media service providers, has been named as a finalist in the Outstanding Digital Enablement Vendor category of the 2022 Leading Lights, the global communications industry awards program run by Light Reading (www.lightreading.com). Now in its 18th year, the Leading Lights Awards recognize the industry's top companies and their executives for their outstanding achievements in next-generation communications technology, applications, services, strategies and innovation.
The Outstanding Digital Enablement Vendor award is awarded to the next-generation OSS/BSS/CX, analytics or digital commerce systems vendor that stands out from its competitors, innovates constantly and helps set industry trends.
For a full list of finalists read Light Reading's blog here: https://www.lightreading.com/service-provider-cloud/leading-lights-2022-finalists/d/d-id/781059?
Hundreds of high-quality entries were submitted for this year's awards across 24 categories. The Leading Lights winners will be announced via an online video on Light Reading on November 18, 2022.
LotusFlare’s mission is to design, build and continuously advance a digital commerce and monetization platform that simplifies technology and customer experience to deliver valuable outcomes to enterprises. LotusFlare Digital Network Operator® (DNO™) Cloud is a fully-managed cloud commerce and monetization service that enables communications and media service providers to innovate quickly, better engage with their customers and reduce operational costs. Learn more at lotusflare.com.
About Light Reading
Light Reading is an independent B2B digital media platform providing daily news analysis and insight for the global communications networking and services industry. The Light Reading Group incorporates a dedicated research division, Heavy Reading; more than 15 successful annual industry events, including the Big 5G Event; several targeted online communities, including The 5G Exchange, Connecting Africa and Broadband World News, that dig even deeper into key areas of the global communications industry; and its sister industry news site Telecoms.com.