Play Selects Comverse to Manage Converged Billing and Value-Added Services in Poland.
"As a new operator, we are young in spirit, and infused with energy and a visionary drive to make a difference in the Polish market. Having Comverse as a partner gives us global expertise that can enable us to reach our goals," said Play CTO, Hans Cronberg.
By partnering with Comverse for managed services, Play benefits from a joint team of specialists from both companies, mastering the technologies and procedures required, and enabling Play to gain a competitive edge by speeding time-to-market of new services and laying the groundwork for marketing best-practices and optimal system availability.
Yaron Tchwella, President of Comverse, said, "Managed services capabilities are an important aspect of Comverse's strength as a world leader in Total Communication(TM) Our commitment is to complement our cutting-edge products by providing support services from our technical and marketing experts which match the unique needs of every operator."
Play is the new brand of P4, which was set up by the Icelandic fund Novator and Polish alternative fixed-line operator on September 16, 2004. P4 was granted a UMTS license in August 2005, with initial service launch in March, 2007. P4 is a distinctive player on the Polish market for mobile communications offering competitive facilities combined with new mobile broadband services. P4's different products and services are easy to understand, simple to use and both entertaining and relevant to deal with. P4 services reach out to corporate industries and to the individual consumer. For the individual consumer, P4 boasts a wide range of services and products that makes everyday a little bit more exciting. For business customers, P4 presents a wide range of services and products that all help to make a day at work a bit more fun and productive".
Comverse is the world's leading provider of software and systems enabling network-based messaging and content value-added services, converged billing and IP communications. Comverse solutions generate revenues, strengthen customer loyalty and improve operational efficiency for over 500 communication service providers in more than 130 countries. The company's Total Communication(SM)portfolio facilitates personalized lifestyles in an evolving connected world and is based on the holistic InSight[TM] Open Services Environment. Comverse's solutions support flexible deployment models, including in-network, hosted and managed services, and can run on circuit-switched, VoIP, IMS and converged network environments. Comverse is a subsidiary of Comverse Technology, Inc. (CMVT.PK). For more information, visit www.comverse.com.
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|Date:||Jul 17, 2007|
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