Redknee signs agreement with Telekom Austria Group

Written by on February 20, 2014 in BillingViews, News with 0 Comments

Redknee, a provider of business-critical billing and charging software for communications service providers, has signed a multi-year global framework agreement with Telekom Austria Group in Europe. The deal is worth more than $6 million USD and will enable the group operator to improve operational efficiency and advance its market position.

Telekom Austria Group aims to provide a superior customer experience by deploying the solution, which provides group operators with the ability to converge all of their systems, including voice, messaging, data, mobile and fixed lines, to gain simplicity and transparency to charge and bill for any transaction regardless of the payment method.

According to Günther Ottendorfer, CTO at Telekom Austria Group, “this strategic deal is part of our objective to expand our presence in existing markets by delivering differentiated communications solutions to our customers. With Redknee as a critical player for our strategy, we are confident we will achieve our goals now and in the future.”

Lucas Skoczkowski, CEO at Redknee said that “Redknee is pleased to support leading group operators through our ongoing investment of our market-leading real-time converged billing and charging solution.”

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About the Author: Alex was Founder and CEO of the Global Billing Association (GBA), a trade body focused on the communications sector. He is a sought after speaker and chairman at leading industry conferences, and is widely published in communications magazines around the world. Until it closed, he was Contributing Editor, OSS/BSS for Connected Planet. He is publisher of DisruptiveViews and previously BillingViews. .


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