Comptel Corporation and Tech Mahindra have announced their collaboration to re-write telecommunications operators' billing playbooks. The partners are developing a new proof-of-concept, leveraging Comptel's Intelligent Data suite and supported by Tech Mahindra's implementation capabilities that demonstrate the power of combining and enriching traditional charging and billing functions in the digital world.

Comptel's and Tech Mahindra's future billing framework, which will be on display at the Centre of Excellence in Pune, India, natively combines policy, charging, and data management components with embedded analytics. Operators are empowered with automated, real-time decision-making, and action-taking capabilities, so they can improve time-to-market and elevate their offerings.

Pritam Parvatkar"Operators must evolve their billing systems if they want to truly become a perfect digital company. We are pleased to build on the synergy between Tech Mahindra and Comptel with this proof-of-concept effort, and to offer yet another solution that will help digital and communications service providers be better off in the short and long term."

Kari Onniselka
Executive Vice President-Intelligent Data,
Comptel

Kari Onniselka"The processes and monolithic software systems of yesterday are failing to cope with today's market demands. They are holding operators back when it comes to delivering the new generation of digital and living services customers desire quickly and cost-efficiently. Charging and billing must shift away from a post-processing operation. A simplified, real-time, context-aware model will instead unlock customer engagement, cost-savings, and revenue opportunities. Tech Mahindra and Comptel are committed to help our customers in their digital transformation and this is a significant development."

Pritam Parvatkar
Sr. Vice President & Global Head-Alliances & Partnerships,
Tech Mahindra


 

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