Operator obligation management sounds rather dry. But for those who are responsible for it, it can be very lively and real. You don’t have to manually operate a system yourself for you to be partly responsible for it. This is why reliable and seamless operator obligation management (OOM) is so important. And this calls for a large number of experts and requires you to keep track of the ever-changing legal requirements and the increasing technical requirements. Because it ultimately comes down to liability risks – for business owners and managers too.