Martin Morgan

Martin Morgan

Martin Morgan is the VP of Marketing at Openet. With 25 years’  experience in mobile communications software, Martin has worked in mobile billing software since the early days of the industry. In that time he’s spoken at over 50 telecoms conferences worldwide and had a similar number of articles published in the telecoms trade press and served on trade association and company boards. At Openet Martin is responsible for marketing thought leadership and market interaction. 

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Some of the high level topics discussed at Digital Transformation World in Nice were raised almost 20 years ago at billing conferences. The difference: content…
More services, for less money, delivered faster. This is what customers want from service providers. It also what service providers want from vendors. This is…
It used to be that writing a predictions piece was a bit the same as last year, but a bit more advanced. There were only…
As data commoditisation rises there are many initiatives underway to allow traditionally network-focused CSPs to become more customer-centric. As a result many CSPs are stepping…
As disruption becomes the norm, ‘What would Google do?’ is a question that an increasing number of telecoms managers are now asking themselves when they’ve…
There’s been a fair bit of discussion recently about the validity of using telecoms terminology like OSS (operational support systems) and BSS (business support systems).…
Content companies, like many other businesses, are on the look-out for a mobile strategy. Every business has a ‘develop a mobile strategy’ near or at…
Martin Morgan, VP of Marketing at Openet, the global leader in the supply of real-time BSS (business support systems), in conjunction with the ongoing Policy…
I’m reliably informed by people much, much younger than me that BFF means best friend forever (however fleetingly). Looking at the recent advances it seems…

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