TM Forum CEO Listed Among Most Powerful Executives
TM Forum (News
), not-for-profit industry association focused on enabling service provider agility and innovation, recently announced that Martin Creaner, president and CEO at TM Forum, has been featured in Global Telecoms Business' Power 100
list of the most powerful executives in the telecommunications industry for 2012.
Martin Creaner has been working in the Telecommunications Industry for almost 25 years. Prior to joining the TM Forum, Martin held a number of executive positions with Motorola (News
) and British Telecom. The CEO is widely published and is featured and quoted regularly in business and trade journals.
Martin is also the author of the leading telecoms business book "NGOSS Distilled."
Under Martin's leadership, TM Forum launched its Digital Services Initiative
, which focuses on overcoming the challenges of managing complex digital services and enabling an open, vibrant digital economy.
"This year we received more nominations, and more diverse nominations for our Power 100 list than ever before," said Alan Burkitt-Gray, editor, Global Telecoms Business. "This is a fast-moving industry and each year a different set of executives do most to drive it forward, and a different set of individuals can be seen to be making a real contribution to its direction. Under Martin's direction, the Forum continued throughout 2012 to guide its members through the challenges of managing the increasingly complex technical and competitive environment that makes up the modern communications industry."
As an established thought leader in service creation, management and delivery, the Forum serves as a unifying force across industries, enabling more than 900 member companies to solve critical business issues through access to a wealth of knowledge, intellectual capital and standards.
The Forum provides a unique, fair and safe environment for the entire value-chain to collaborate and overcome the barriers to a vibrant, open digital economy, helping member companies of all sizes gain a competitive edge by enabling efficiency and agility in their IT-based operations.
Edited by Braden Becker
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