Ooredoo Maldives has partnered with Alepo for the deployment of Alepo Service Enabler (SE), a complete BSS solution, including billing and customer care, for its nationwide fixed broadband network.
Alepo – a global provider of core network and IT software solutions for communications service providers, announced today that Ooredoo Maldives has selected Alepo to provide a fixed broadband(FBB) charging and customer care solution for its nationwide fixed broadband network.
In the Maldives, Ooredoo has established itself as the market leader in the mobile broadband sector and recently piloted new mobile money services nationwide. The introduction of fixed broadband services – realized by a new fiber optic submarine cable – will cement Ooredoo Maldives’ market leadership as the most advanced fixed mobile service provider in the SAARC region.
In its selection of Alepo, Ooredoo Maldives cited the company’s strong presence in the SAARC region, owing to its multiple recent projects in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka.
“A proven and trusted technology provider, Alepo gives us confidence in the successful delivery, monetization, and customer experience of Ooredoo Maldives’ new fixed broadband services,” said Vikram Sinha, CEO at Ooredoo Maldives.
To support Ooredoo Maldives’ fixed broadband business, Alepo will deploy its signature BSS / OSS framework, Alepo Service Enabler (SE). The carrier-class platform brings together convergent charging and billing, CRM, web self care and mobile self care, real-time analytics and business intelligence, and much more, in a single software environment. With it, Oordeoo Maldives will be able to fully monetize and manage its data services, take compelling data offers to market quickly, and ensure a convenient and modern customer experience.
“Ooredoo Maldvies continues to set new technological precedents for communications service providers in the region,” said Vani Manian, Technical Director of APAC. “Alepo is proud to partner with such a perceptive company to advance the country’s communications industry.”