Openet, an enabler in Digital BSS, has been selected by leading Indonesian operator Telkomsel to provide its Digital Business Platform (DBP). Telkomsel will use DBP to power a range of exciting new services offerings in the Indonesian market.
Openet DBP is a Digital BSS stack that comprises solutions from Openet and their partners. It is built using digital APIs, is real-time and automated and designed to enable reduced OpEx and deliver a faster time to market.
Edward Ying, Director of Planning & Transformation, Telkomsel, “As the leading digital company and digital cellular business in Indonesia Telkomsel is constantly looking for new and innovative ways to build a superior customer engagement experience in Indonesia, building on new innovative offers, and personalised services. To do this we need the latest and most innovative solutions in the market. We look forward to working with Openet to provide a digital mobile service in Indonesia.”
Niall Norton, CEO, Openet, said, “We are delighted to work with Telkomsel to deliver an end to end Digital BSS stack. Our open and digital first approach to developing and delivering software will enable Telkomsel to quickly launch, manage and monetise new digital services. Openet offers a Digital BSS software with a track record of consistently providing innovative solutions to some of the largest operators in the world.”
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. Its solutions enable service providers to be more agile, innovative and enjoy a faster time to value.
From monetising content and data services over 4G to enabling innovative enterprise IoT offers over 5G, Openet’s Digital BSS offers a fast and agile alternative to the large legacy companies whose track record of over-charging and under delivering has resulted in high failure rates of large scale transformation projects.