Openet, a provider of Digital Business Support Systems (BSS), has announced a multi-year partnership with Bell, Canada’s largest communications company, to deploy Openet’s Evolved Charging System.
The partnership will provide Bell with enhanced real-time rating solutions and new capabilities for customer data usage tools and notifications through Openet’s library of charging microservices and open source technology.
Employing a DevOps approach, Openet and Bell are working together to respond quickly to new opportunities and ensure fast and accurate development and deployment of new features and functions.
Niall Norton, CEO, Openet, commented, “We are delighted that Bell has embraced the Openet approach to Digital BSS partnerships. Increasingly, tier one operators like Bell are leveraging Openet’s microservices and adopting DevOps to quickly respond to new opportunities as their networks and services evolve.”
“We are very pleased to partner with Openet to develop innovative solutions that can be incorporated quickly into our wireless rating platform,” said Petri Lyytikainen, Bell’s Vice President, Network Strategy. “Openet’s suite of microservices will allow us to deliver an enhanced customer experience while future proofing our systems in preparation for 5G deployment.”
Openet provides Digital BSS to enable service providers to create new revenues from digital services, improve customer engagement and be ready for the opportunities from 5G. Our solutions enable service providers to be more agile, innovative and enjoy a faster time to value.
Since its foundation in 1999, Openet has been at the forefront of telecoms software development and innovation. Our success is personified by the many long-term relationships it has fostered with the largest, most progressive, and demanding operators across the globe.
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