Auckland, New Zealand, May 24, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- “This contract firms up Parcus Group's presence in New Zealand telecommunications sector. The New Zealand is a very dynamic, advanced and mature market with strong competition. This market is currently serviced by large, global consulting firms for the delivery of professional services to telecoms. This transaction is positive proof that Parcus Group can compete effectively for the delivery of such services. We were able to demonstrate the advantages of our offering backed by our specialist and vast experience in the telecom industry,” said Igor Glavanic, Managing Director of Parcus Group.
"We aim to deliver tangible improvements to Telecom New Zealand specifically around the time-to-market of new product releases, staff productivity and increased competitiveness. Our methodology of market-based-product-management provides discipline and structure for the complete telecom product development cycle, which leads to demonstrable improvements in customer service and satisfaction,” added Mr. Glavanic.
Emil Petrov, Head of Products at Telecom New Zealand added, “Parcus Group was able to demonstrate its ability to provide practical skills that will help Telecom New Zealand increase its competitiveness and service customers better. At the same time we believe their telecom specific product development software toolkit will complement our existing product management framework and contribute positively to our growth.”
About Parcus Group
Founded in 2004, Parcus Group provides product development, service creation and product management training and consulting services for telecommunications and ICT businesses, to improve time-to-market delivery of new products and services, increase staff productivity and enhance competitiveness. Company serves customers globally across 6 continents.
For more information on consulting services please refer to: http://www.parcusgroup.com/bustec/product_management.html
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