BroadJump has created a Partner Program designed to bring together the brightest stars in the broadband technologies community. New members of the Partner Program include Core Networks, Incanta and Terayon, which are contributing their technology and expertise to enhance broadband service providers' ability to control customer service fulfillment.
Virtual Truck, BroadJump's A-to-Z customer solution, is central to the Partner Program. The "truck" includes all facets of customer connection, from service creation and advertisement to customer premise equipment qualification and provisioning.
"BroadJump service providers have a promising opportunity to capitalize on the full revenue potential of their networks by offering additional services to their existing high-speed data customer bases," said Ian Olgeirson, Paul Kagan analyst, in a statement. "Programs like BroadJump's can help them get there quicker by offering an integrated menu of vendors and technology."