Telekom Austria Group's M2M platform implementation completed by Comarch

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Krakow, Poland & Vienna, Austria – Comarch, a global software house and system integrator has just completed the implementation of its Comarch M2M Platform for Telekom Austria Group, the leading communications provider in Central and Eastern Europe. The Comarch M2M Platform is the core of Telekom Austria Group’s M2M SIMplify Platform.

The Comarch M2M Platform enables Telekom Austria Group to offer machine-to-machine (M2M) services internationally by supporting multiple tenants, currencies and languages. It allows Telekom Austria Group, its partners and customers to efficiently manage and improve their businesses.

M2M supports business processes with the help of configurable dashboards. M2M data session control, convergent billing and feeding information to dashboards are conducted in real-time, ensuring high level control of M2M services. The modular solution will eventually enable Telekom Austria Group to extend its offering to voice and cloud services, M2M application enablement and device management.

The solution is run according to the managed services model, which includes hosting, operations and support. In addition, Telekom Austria Group retains full ownership and control of the platform.

“At Telekom Austria Group M2M, we work with international partners who are leaders in their respective industries and expect the highest quality of M2M services. We want our M2M SIMplify platform to serve all the important players in the M2M value chain and meet the demands of a dynamic environment. We chose Comarch because their M2M platform perfectly matched our requirements. It enables us to deliver superior customer experience and open up new revenue streams for our company,” says Phat Huynh, managing director, Telekom Austria Group M2M.

“Comarch has been offering the M2M Platform for over two years now, and we have always been confident that the product is perfectly designed to fit the requirements of operators specialising in M2M. I am positive that the platform will not only significantly lower Telekom Austria Group’s operational costs given the managed services model, but it will also greatly improve productivity due to a high degree of process automation and out-of-the-box features. As a result, it will enable Telekom Austria Group to run a successful and efficient M2M business,” says Piotr Piatosa, vice president and member of the Board at Comarch.

Telekom Austria Group, listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange since November 2000, is a leading communications provider in Central and Eastern Europe with more than 23 million customers across its markets of operations. The group is currently operating in eight countries: Austria (A1), Slovenia (Si.mobil), Croatia (Vipnet), the Republic of Serbia (Vip mobile) and the Republic of Macedonia (Vip operator), Bulgaria (Mobiltel), Belarus (velcom) and Liechtenstein (mobilkom liechtenstein). The eight countries cover a total market of approximately 41 million inhabitants. The group has roughly 16,500 employees as of March 31, 2013,  and group revenues were EUR 4.33 billion as of year-end 2012. Telekom Austria Group’s portfolio encompasses products and services of voice telephony, broadband internet, multimedia services, data and IT solutions, wholesale as well as m-payment solutions.

Comarch is a global supplier of IT products and services for the telecommunications industry that has been present on the business and operations support systems (BSS/OSS) market since 1993. Comarch provides products in BSS, customer relationship management, and OSS as well as a range of comprehensive services, including end-to-end BSS/OSS transformations. Comarch’s uniqueness lies not only in the compliance of its products with leading industry standards, but also in the flexibility of its solutions and the approach and high competences of its engineers. By completing projects for almost 50 telecom operators, Comarch has gathered experience in the fields of designing, implementing, and integrating IT solutions. Customers include Vodafone, T-Mobile, O2, E-Plus, MTS and KPN.

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