PBC Marketplaces and CPaaS Offerings From CSPs
- This e-book is the fourth in a series dealing with the composable enterprise and its significance to CSPs.
- The first e-book in this series, Composable Enterprises: An Introduction, outlines the composable enterprise concept and describes what makes it the most profitable enterprise opportunity for CSPs.
- In our second e-book of the composable enterprise series, Composable Enterprises: How CSPs can Tap into This Emerging Market, we introduced two approaches for CSPs to enter this emerging enterprise market.
- CSPs that seek a close, long-term relationship with key enterprise customers or verticals, position themselves as providers of composed application experiences. This approach is described in our e-book, Composable Enterprises: Serving this Market Using the T-LCAP.
- CSPs that address a higher volume of small and medium-sized enterprise customers, provide selected packaged business capabilities (PBCs) and application programming interfaces (APIs) to third-party business solution providers and enterprises seeking to compose their own apps. Ultimately this indirect approach leads to CSPs launching a complete API and PBC marketplace, such as Communication Platform as a Service (CPaaS).
- The core technology enabling both approaches is a Telecoms Low-Code Application Platform (T-LCAP), allowing unified, seamless low-code composition using the telecom network and general IT capabilities.
- About this e-book: How can CSPs deploy the indirect strategy with a CPaaS marketplace and address composable enterprise segments profitably? This e-book addresses how an API or PBC marketplace as well as a complete CPaaS can be offered based on the Telecoms Low-code Application Platform (T-LCAP) technology.