BT presents Business Platform-as-a-Service for digital transformation

BTBT recently announced Business Platform-as-a-Service called BT Personalised Compute Management System (PCMS) to help companies speed up time-to-market for new digital services and create new ways to grow.

BT has built PCMS on the cloud management platform that allows BT’s enterprise customers to self-serve, purchase and access cloud services online.

BT said its PCMS customers can consume or bring their own digital services to market, helping them to simplify and accelerate their digital transformation.

Users will gain access to ready-made business support processes and functions to enable them to sell, fulfil and monetise their own portfolio of digital services.

Customers wanting rapid entry into the cloud market will be able to resell BT’s digital services such as Cloud Compute, Compute Storage and Apps from BT available from a choice of 22 locations around the world. This can be for internal consumption or for sale to their own customers, value added re-sellers or to cross-sell to other PCMS users.

PCMS will allow users to curate the best services and create new business models. It offers more than 45 fully digitalised business support processes, such as product management, customer management, user authentication, order management, service management and billing and collections.

PCMS supports multiple sales and execution channels, each with the appropriate local language, currency, pricing and contract terms.

“PCMS is a ready-made platform that allows new ways for companies to digitalise, manage and build profitable business models from their own ecosystem of consumers, producers and innovators,” said Neil Lock, vice president Compute, Global Services, BT.

BT will offer PCMS in partnership with management and technology consultancy BearingPoint.

“PCMS brings together BearingPoint’s expertise in digital business transformation with BT’s skills in digital platform management to provide an end-to-end digital business service,” said Angus Ward, partner and CEO Digital Ecosystem Management (DEM), BearingPoint.

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