Service Providers Consolidate Voice, Data Mediation with Amdocs

Tuesday 25 January 2005 20:47 CET | News

Neuf Telecom, a leading network infrastructure and service provider in France, has implemented Amdocs for voice mediation, building upon an already successful deployment of Amdocs mediation solution for data services.

Neuf Telecom is the latest customer to turn to Amdocs for mediation since Amdocs’ acquisition of XACCT Technologies, Inc. in February 2004. Another recent deployment was completed by Partner Communications Company, operating the Orange™ network in Israel. Amdocs mediation empowers leading operators worldwide to introduce new services rapidly, offer multiple payment models and make real-time charging a reality. As a connection between providers’ wireless and data networks to their billing, CRM and other support systems, Amdocs mediation translates customer usage into accurate, collectible revenue, regardless of service type (voice, data) or payment plan (prepaid, postpaid). Neuf Telecom, a leading wireline provider in France, has implemented Amdocs to consolidate its voice mediation systems onto one unified platform. Building upon its existing Amdocs solution for data services, Neuf Telecom will be able to complete the new Amdocs implementation quickly and seamlessly. Amdocs’ convergent voice and data mediation technology ensures accurate and timely billing for multiple services and rapid introduction of new services, as well as increase Neuf Telecom’s operational efficiency, reduce costs and eliminate potential revenue leakage. Partner Communications Company, a leading Israeli cellular operator, operating the Orange™ network in Israel is currently in production for 3G voice and data mediation services. Relying on a single media platform for both voice and data mediation will enable Partner Communications Company to rapidly deploy cross-product promotions and bundles, while supporting multiple pricing plans.

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