Hutch Telecom Lanka selects Comverse Data Management and Monetization


By Telecom Lead Team:Comverse,
a provider of BSS, mobile Internet and value added services, has announced that
Hutch Telecom Lanka, part of the Hutchison Whampoa Group, selected the Comverse
Mobile Internet Data Management and Monetization (DMM) solution.


Hutch Telecom Lanka has chosen Comverse DMM solution to
address the network’s rapidly growing data traffic, accelerating implementation
of new plans and generate new revenues in Sri Lanka.


“Mobile Broadband is expanding rapidly in Sri Lanka,
accounting for an increasingly large share of our total business. It is vital
for us to deliver the freshest and highest quality experience to our users now
and in the future,” said Anand Prakash, chief operating officer of Hutch
Telecom Lanka.


The solution includes a pre-integrated DMM PCRF
Policy Manager with the DMM DPI Traffic Manager and the DMM Application


The company said that pre-integration with Hutch’s
existing Comverse Real-Time Billing makes the solution end-to-end for rapid
creation of data monetization plans facilitating lower Total Cost of Ownership
(TCO) and accelerating time to market.


The selection of pre-configured use cases and the
easy-to-use operator interface further promote the utmost agility and
speed-to-profit for segmented plans, offers, incentives and advanced
monetization use cases.


 “As a trusted Hutch partner in VAS and Billing
services, it is our honor to help them extend their competitive edge by taking
their mobile data to the next level of management, monetization and user
experience — while lowering TCO.  Combining BSS with the state-of-the-art
DMM Policy Management and Enforcement supports today’s and tomorrow’s business
use cases, accelerating monetization and market innovation,” said Amos
Marom, head of Comverse mobile internet unit.


Earlier, Comverse
launched Comverse VAS 3.0 to address a range of new revenue opportunities for
communication service providers (CSPs).


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