In a groundbreaking move towards revolutionizing messaging services, Comviva, a global leader in customer experience, data monetization, and cloud communication solutions, has joined forces with Lebara, a prominent UK-based telecommunications service provider.
The partnership centers around leveraging Comviva’s cutting-edge UNO platform to transform messaging capabilities into a seamless, cloud-based, multi-tenant Short Message Service Center (SMSC) solution.
Lebara has strategically chosen to implement Comviva’s UNO platform to enhance the provisioning, control, and management of messaging services across multiple Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs).
This strategic deployment promises optimized cloud resource utilization and effective software license management, resulting in expedited onboarding processes for enterprises. The UNO platform, renowned for its multi-tenant architecture, streamlines network integration, ensuring rapid feature rollout and patch releases across various countries.
The UNO platform by Comviva has already demonstrated its prowess in empowering global operators, enabling them to advance their communication businesses through efficient and cost-effective management of a wide array of messaging services. The platform also consolidates network access, facilitating seamless experiences across 2G-5G networks through enhanced IP capability.
Manoranjan Mohapatra, Chief Executive Officer at Comviva, emphasized the collaboration’s potential to significantly enhance the mobile experience for Lebara customers, particularly in the realm of affordable international calling, data, and messaging solutions.
Torsten Minkwitz, Chief Technology Officer at Lebara, noted that this partnership signifies a substantial milestone for Lebara, showcasing a strong commitment to customer satisfaction and digital transformation.
The UNO platform’s extensive offerings include end-to-end transaction visibility, just-in-time capacity management, rapid service launches, and increased operational efficiencies.
Moreover, it significantly reduces the time required to initiate SMS services across multiple countries, owing to its multi-tenancy and ease of integration with network nodes. The platform’s deployment leads to reduced capacity requirements to handle spikes across tenants and lowers the cost of SMSC deployment across multiple countries, epitomizing the efficiency of multi-tenant deployment.