Optiva has signed multi-year support agreement with Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) for its Optiva Charging Engine.
Optiva has verified a critical update and multi-year support concurrence with Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) for its Optiva Charging Engine, Voucher Management and Policy Control solutions.
“Over our over 10-year association, Optiva has earned our trust to convey and support mission-basic, continuous converged charging and policy control solutions for us,” said MD and Board Member of AWCC Amin Ramin. “Working intimately with Optiva group, this update will empower us to expand monetization, offer new an incentive to our clients and set us up for migration to a public cloud environment with unmatched scalability.”
AWCC required a portfolio offering with a powerful roadmap that would position and prepared them for a future public cloud solution. Their redesign gives a road map to the public cloud and furnishes AWCC with the functional abilities to take advantage of the development capability of Afghanistan. The redesign will likewise help AWCC advance its development system and increase abilities for focusing on new client fragments.
Additionally, the update will enable them to in the long run their BSS stack, including ongoing charging, through remote operations and the executives. This will improve AWCC’s versatility and operational difficulties contrasted with running the stack through the traditional, on-premise deployment models.
“Optiva’s remote conveyance aptitude empowered us to achieve our objectives regardless of the outrageous and testing conditions in Afghanistan. As they keep up our BSS platform and continue to support our business operations, these abilities will bear the cost of us ongoing access to highlight rich and propelled solutions,” said Ramin.
A main telecom administrator, AWCC serves in excess of five million clients. They give creative services, including as LTE, and are presently in the arranging stages for giving 5G services to supporters.
“AWCC will continue to set milestones of innovation in telecom, and Optiva will remain a prepared accomplice to enable them to prevail with regards to testing conditions and a focused, quickly evolving business sector,” said Danielle Royston, CEO of Optiva. “The overhaul enables us to help AWCC further accomplish their strategic business objectives and position them for much more prominent achievement later on with the transition to the public cloud. Our job as their accomplice is to expand the esteem they get today while setting them up for transformation tomorrow.”