Nokia Siemens Networks consolidates its leading position as a provider of services for the telecommunications sector and other industries.
- The transfer of competence to professional services providers, such as Nokia Siemens Networks allows operators to become not only more competitive, by reducing operating costs, but also gives them the opportunity to compete and become better positioned in the market that is becoming increasingly saturated – says Stephen Cullen Head of Sales, Global Services at Nokia Siemens Networks in Europe. Today Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) is the second biggest enabler of telecommunications service in the world. – This trend is also more visible in Poland where the telecommunications market is nearly as developed as in the West. Here we no longer have to deal with a growing market but rather a mature one where operators need to focus more on meeting the needs and requirements of customers and offer them the newest products- said Rafal Walczak, Head of the Global Services at Nokia Siemens Networks in Poland.
- Poland is one of the key countries for our company. We plan to further develop the department of professional services in Poland and probably double or triple the number of our employees – adds Cullen. – We are considering the possibility of building in Poland, one of our global operating centres that can handle not only the Polish market, but also our customers in various countries of Europe.
In the area of Outsourcing and Managed Services, it is essential to trust your partner. If the operator decides to transfer part of its infrastructure or network to an external partner, such as Nokia Siemens Networks, it must be confident that they choose a partner with extensive experience, proven capabilities and coverage. References and experience are the best interpretation of the efficiency of the partner.
Undoubtedly Nokia Siemens Networks has an original approach to services and has its own model – Global Service Delivery, thanks to which a company can optimize, integrate and manage customer networks remotely, with a high degree of automation of processes, through Nokia’s three centres – Global Network Solutions Centres.
Thanks to its innovativeness and activities in the new technology sector, Nokia Siemens Networks, ranks among the most popular employers among students of technology universities and is generally one of the biggest employers in Poland.