T-Mobile Netherlands upgrades to Netcracker Cloud BSS to lower cost

Netcracker Technology announced that T-Mobile Netherlands will upgrade to Netcracker Cloud BSS to lower cost and provide better customer experience.
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Engineers of T-Mobile Netherlands, the largest mobile operator in the Netherlands, will be deploying Netcracker’s solution that supports public cloud options and leverages Netcracker’s expertise to establish an IT infrastructure in an ongoing transformation journey.

T-Mobile Netherlands has acquired Tele2 Netherlands and Vodafone Thuis over the years. T-Mobile aims to consolidate its IT operations, which included the introduction of Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) capabilities across all networks, to bring the best customer experience to all mobile phone customers on its network.

T-Mobile Netherlands has selected Netcracker DevOps Enablement to reach these goals. Its full set of best practices, tools and processes will help the operator improve business agility, optimize efficiencies, enable continuous service delivery and achieve seamless operations.

“T-Mobile Netherlands has benefited from the additional customers we gained through acquisitions over the years, but to provide the best possible experience for them while maintaining our technology edge, we decided to implement cloud-native BSS software, including CPQ and other critical functions that directly impact the customer,” said Kim Larsen, CTIO at T-Mobile Netherlands.