BT has announced a new business platform as a service (BPaaS) offering, called BT Personalised Compute Management System (PCMS).
BT claims the system will help enterprises of every size improve their speed to market for new digital services. It will launch worldwide in the final quarter of this year.
PCMS allows organisations to resell existing digital ecosystem services from BT, including Cloud Compute, Compute Storage, and Apps, said the company today.
It also brings together 45 "fully digitalised business support services" in the cloud, including billing, and product, customer, and order management, and it supports multiple sales, execution, and fulfilment processes.
Neil Lock, BT VP cloud computing, BT Global Services, said: "PCMS brings to life a vision of how businesses can innovate in the digital economy. It is a ready-made platform that allows new ways for companies to digitalise, manage, and build profitable business models from their own vibrant ecosystem of consumers, producers and innovators.
"By building on a proven platform, businesses can confidently bring their digital services to market within shorter timescales and concentrate time and resources on innovation and development."
BT has worked with consultancy BearingPoint to bring the new service to market.
The new launch is merely the latest step in BT's strategic journey away from being a network operator and towards offering a broader portfolio of business and media services - despite some customers wishing it would invest more time, money, and effort in making true high-speed broadband available to everyone before trying to turn itself into a multimedia megacorps.
• Also today, rival Deutsche Telekom's enterprise arm has announced that is making its own public cloud service available to customers in the Asia-Pac region.
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