Executive Director - 21CN Solution Integration & Program Manage
British Telecom

Appointed Chairman, Moorhouse Consulting , December 2009 and appointed Head of BT Design and Innovate COE for Program and project Management with a mission to transform BT PPM community. Responsible for the solution integration and program management of the 21 CN £10+B Program; this includes the deployment of the largest Broadband, Ethernet and Managed Ethernet Access Service (MEAS) infrastructure in the UK with all the operational, systems and process elements to enable customer migration and customer uptake (over 1M customer to our broadband infrastructure); also led the TDM voice migration to the VOIP platform of 250,000 customer. Responsible for the Network consolidation, customer migration and decommissioning of the 17 UK networks and the 143 global platforms to the single BT Global-MPLS-Ethernet Network. Responsible for the development for the 21CN solution maturity across all programs for all the network vendors and systems suppliers. Responsible for the development of all PORs for 21CN including the internal, external and vendors versions and the development of the automates Database of Record ( DBOR) which unifies the forecasting model ( EDFM), the asset deployment and the E2E resource capacity models across programs, technologies and LOBs. Responsible for leading the Eco-systems of Cloud-VDC and SDKs that demonstrate the leadership of BT in providing life customers with customer value propositions across multiple partners and vendors : HP, DEL, Huwaei, Cisco, Ciena, Adva, Ericsson, ALU, VMware, etc. Houssam Halabi graduated from University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France with a B.S. degree in Computer Science. He received his M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering/Computer Science from Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. He was an Assistant Professor on the faculty of the School of Electrical Engineering at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana in 1984.He has two patents: “Provisioning Techniques for Customer Service” and “Automated Remote Provisioning Technique”.