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Ronan Bracken

Ronan Bracken is the Product Manager for Incognito's Service Activation Center (SAC), overseeing the development and delivery of provisioning solutions to communications service providers worldwide. With decades of experience in product management, Ronan has become a trusted expert in helping operators meet their current needs, scale for the future, and exceed customer expectations. In his role, Ronan collaborates closely with cross-functional teams to ensure that Incognito's customers have access to the latest technologies and trends. He is particularly well-versed in emerging technologies such as cloud networking, closed-loop automation, and OSS/BSS systems. As an active contributor to industry standards bodies like TM Forum, Ronan stays up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in the telecom industry. Ronan holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the University of Limerick, as well as a Higher Diploma in Computer Studies from Trinity College Dublin. Outside of work, Ronan is an avid cyclist and enjoys spending time outdoors.
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Service Orchestration

B2B2X Services: How Operators are Becoming Enterprise Enablers
By Ronan Bracken on September 22, 2020

Co-written by Sonya Goodanetz Welcome to the second installment of our TM Forum Catalyst series. Today we’ll cover how to curate B2B2X services, building on our blog #1 covering 5G,...

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Service Orchestration

Incognito Rides on with 5G at TM Forum Catalyst Digital Showcase 2020
By Ronan Bracken on July 27, 2020

Co-written by Sonya Goodanetz Building on the success of the award-winning 2019 TMF Catalyst, 5G Riders on the Storm, which took home top honors for outstanding contribution to TM Forum...

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Service Orchestration

5G Riders on the Storm TM Forum Catalyst Overview
By Ronan Bracken on May 30, 2019

As the Earth's climate continues to undergo drastic changes, cases of extreme weather events across the world have become more frequent. For example, over the last three decades Europe has...

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Service Orchestration

How Incognito Enables 5G Network Slicing
By Ronan Bracken on May 9, 2019

Incognito + 5G + Network Slicing – It all comes together at Digital Transformation World in Nice, May 14-16 It’s that time of year. Communication service providers and vendors are joining...

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Events

The Essential As in Action at Digital Transformation World
By Ronan Bracken on May 8, 2018

Much of the industry is headed to Nice next week to attend Digital Transformation World, highlighting the strategic value of digitization. A better customer experience and yes, significant...

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Network Analytics

Faster Service Configuration and Improved Subscriber Tracking
By Ronan Bracken on November 7, 2017

Using a centralized interface to quickly configure and deploy new services ensures that your subscribers have access to the newest service options on the market. You can hasten time to...

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Network Analytics Service Orchestration

Have Better Visibility Over Your Service Activation Processes
By Ronan Bracken on August 22, 2017

As an operator, this is something you absolutely must avoid. Service activation is one of the most important impressions you can make on your subscribers, and unseen or unresolved errors...

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Automation Service Orchestration

How Can You Eliminate the Swivel Chair Effect?
By Ronan Bracken on June 27, 2017

Slow, swivel-chair service fulfillment based on siloed data — it’s a nightmare for rolling out new services quickly and can lead to order fall-out, which frustrates your subscribers. In...

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Automation Service Orchestration

Service Order Management – Part 6: Automation
By Ronan Bracken on June 13, 2017

Operators can reduce the complexity of order management processes with an automated solution

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Service Orchestration

Service Order Management – Part 5: Error Handling
By Ronan Bracken on June 6, 2017

At this point, our subscriber’s services are up and running, but in order to protect business processes and minimize potential disruption to the subscriber’s experience, there must be a...

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