Unified Product Catalog

Unified Product Catalog

Today many Telecom Operators must manage a complex set of legacy product catalogs. There are often separate catalogs for prepaid, postpaid, roaming, wireline, broadband and VAS products. Each catalog is a silo with its own UI, back-end integrations and limitations. Adding third party products to the mix (e.g. a video or music bundle) is a tedious struggle that can take months and at significant cost.

No More. LotusFlare has built the​ Unified Product Catalog​ using best practices we learned at Facebook and other leading Internet companies. ​It enables the fast deployment of new offers and bundling telecom products (voice, data, SMS) with popular content (video, music, gaming).

A PRODUCT CATALOG DESIGNED TO QUICKLY LAUNCH BUNDLED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

How can you promote appealing

How can you promote appealing new bundles to your subscribers with the latest video, music and gaming services?

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BENEFITS OF USING UNIFIED PRODUCT CATALOG

Faster Time-to-Market

Faster Time-to-Market​

In the digital age faster time to market is a strategic advantage. Telecom Operators can launch targeted products to meet market and customer demands in real time using one portal.

Simplification

Simplification

Why manage so many disparate product catalogs when you just need one that does everything? Reduce complexity by moving from siloed product catalogs to a single Unified Product Catalog.

Increase Revenue

Increase Revenue​

Offer appealing new bundles to your subscribers with the latest video, music, gaming or productivity services.

Lightweight Integration

Lightweight Integration

Unified APIs for instant deployments of channel-specific offers to any digital and non-digital consumer channel. Deployment is flexible with support for on-premise, public cloud or hybrid.

Sound interesting?

Contact us​ to discuss how we can help you configure and launch new bundles rapidly using best practices we learned at leading Internet companies.

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