Comarch Signs TM Forum’s Open API Manifesto


Comarch reinforces its commitment to open standards by joining the Open API Manifesto signatories in order to drive interoperability across digital ecosystems with TM Forum Open APIs.

TM Forum is an association that supports collaboration and joint problem-solving to maximize the business success of communication and digital service providers. By signing the Open API Manifesto, Comarch once again proves its commitment to drive the conversation and support further collective development of Open APIs.

Architecture openness combined with great flexibility of tools were the keys to success of numerous transformation programs Comarch has been working on with its customers over the last 25 years. ODA’s paradigms relating to breaking down silos are well in-line with our strategy, product vision, and all the innovative capabilities driven by game-changing technologies we’ve been delivering to the market (including big data and IoT-ready actionable analytics engine, autonomous virtualized network management, digital product and service catalogs, and universal omnichannel processes).

“Open APIs in particular have become a must for telecoms, enabling them to rethink and automate their processes based on data and functions shared across various systems in a standardized way, using the full potential of a formalized knowledge base and embedded AI. We’ve proven these are all enablers of true transformations – not only of IT architecture landscapes, but of entire organizations, ultimately enabling business and IT to cooperate tightly in “BizOps mode” and to succeed in a highly competitive market with its ever-increasing dynamics. At Comarch, we are willing to share these experiences, to help the TM Forum in navigating telecoms of the digital operators era towards the best possible direction and to put more wind in their sails by contributing to Open API standards.” – says Dominik Pacewicz, Head of Product Management at Comarch.

Comarch is now among 67 of the world’s leading communications and digital service providers to have signed TM Forum’s Open API Manifesto.