Capgemini in pact with MATRIXX Software


By Telecom Lead Team: Capgemini, a provider of
consulting, technology and outsourcing services and MATRIXX Software have
entered into a global partnership to enable communications services providers
(CSPs) to develop interactive, real time relationships with their subscribers.


They will showcase the new partnership and technology at
Mobile World Congress 2012.


The partnership will deliver a solution that offers CSPs
instant visibility, intelligence, and control of data services across their
mobile networks.


MATRIXX Software’s hyper charging technology provides a
50 to 100 times efficiency gain enabling CSPs to transform raw usage data into
actionable information in real-time.


This feature positions the joint solution to process
usage on a large scale basis across all pre and postpaid retail consumers,
enterprises, channels and ecosystem partners and drive more revenue from 3G and
LTE network investments.


Over the last year, Capgemini and MATRIXX Software
trialed the patent-pending solution with multiple Tier I mobile operators.


During the trials, the MATRIXX Charging Engine
demonstrated scalability, high availability and the proven network and BSS-OSS
interoperability required to power smart charging and policy decisions in
real-time across all subscribers for a Tier I operator.


For the last few years, CSPs have tried interim,
inadequate solutions in an attempt to shore up issues with mobile
data. With MATRIXX as a partner we are anticipating the future – the need
for real-time,” saidDee Burger, telecom, media and entertainment practice
sector lead, Capgemini.


Capgemini said that this new partnership with MATRIXX is paving the way for more
profitable services, through the ability to analyze, monitor and monetize data
traffic in real-time.


Having a partner with the worldwide reach of Capgemini
is a great opportunity for us. Combining Capgemini’s expertise and
industry knowledge with MATRIXX Software’s innovation ensures that CSPs now
have a solution for managing the traffic volumes and service complexity of the
mobile broadband era,” said Dave Labuda, founder and CEO of MATRIXX Software.


A few months back, Deutsche Telekom and Capgemini signed business intelligence (BI) sourcing framework
agreement for a period of five years.


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