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July 08, 2011
Officials with Comverse said that the company’s flagship converged BSS, Comverse ONE Billing & Active Customer Management Solution with Comverse Mobile Internet, and Comverse HUB Voice & Messaging Value-Added Services (VAS), is expected to power a significant business transformation that will enable GT&T to offer unmatched service with significant OPEX (News - Alert) reduction throughout its converged triple play portfolio.
"Our fundamental drive is to provide our subscribers with superior service. The way we achieve this in our fast-changing industry is by continued improvement to our business," said Yog Mahadeo, CEO at GT&T, in a statement.
Mahadeo said that this deployment of solutions from Comverse will position the company to provide a best-in-class communication experience, with agility to dramatically reduce time to market when launching new services and to grow — all while benefiting from tremendous operating cost reductions.
"Pre-eminent in BSS, mobile Internet and VAS, Comverse offers advanced technologies that can deliver true business transformation with tightly linked solutions that ideally provide communication service providers (CSPs) like GT&T with an edge for success in a competitive market now and beyond — into a future of convergence and IPfication." said Lionel Chmilewsky, senior vice president, head of customer facing group at Comverse.
"It is yet another validation of the value of our close bond with our customers that GT&T is extending its long-term relationship with us by choosing Comverse to take their operations to the next level," said Chmilewsky.
Recently, Comverse, a global player in BSS, mobile Internet, and value-added services, announced that the Comverse ONE Billing & Active Customer Management solution has been named the winner of a BSS/OSS Excellence Award by TMC, a global integrated media company, for the second year in a row.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves