Amdocs and BMC Forge Global Alliance for Connected Digital Ops

New partnership between Amdocs and BMC targets telecommunications and financial sectors, aiming to enhance automation and efficiency.

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Amdocs and BMC have announced a strategic alliance focused on advancing connected digital operations in telecommunications and financial services. The collaboration aims to drive growth, automation, and efficiencies for customers in these industries.

Leveraging Amdocs' expertise as an IT and network services provider, the alliance aims to expedite access to BMC's automation, operations, and service management solutions. This facilitates autonomous IT and network operations, transforming industries to enable futuristic experiences.

Amdocs, as BMC's preferred alliance for telecommunications, will assist service providers in deploying industry-specific solutions across OSS, BSS, and data workloads. This streamlines speed-to-market, operational efficiency, and data utilization, enabling customers to implement innovations at scale and with agility.

Ronen Levkovich, group president of Amdocs Global Services, highlighted the alliance's expansion and focus on competency practices for technology vendors.

Paul Cant, chief revenue officer for BMC, expressed excitement about collaborating with Amdocs to deliver value to mutual customers in telecommunications and financial services. The partnership aims to provide integrated software and services, including generative AI use cases, tailored for IT service and operations teams to drive long-term growth and success.

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