Single platform accelerates how carriers rate, route, monitor and bill
Bonn, Germany, June 25th, 2019 – Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier has deployed an innovative solution to enhance and simplify management of its voice business. It uses end-to-end automation, a comprehensive set of management tools and new levels of intelligence. The service is delivered by wholesale telecoms platform provider Linxa and offers a single interface for rating, routing, monitoring and billing voice services.
Supporting the interconnection of voice, SMS and OTT players, this state-of-the-art platform is significantly faster and more efficient than traditional legacy solutions. It generates optimum routing plans reflecting costs, quality and commercial agreements while automatically recognizing and importing rate sheets in any format within seconds. The unique architecture and high processing power offer almost real-time reporting, resulting in a transparent view and high level of control. Thanks to unlimited scalability and distribution functionality, there is no limit to call capacity.
“Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier constantly reviews and transforms its business to stay ahead of competition. In a changing voice market, digital transformation is essential to simplify and optimize our business. After reviewing a variety of options, we selected this platform because of its unique combination of capabilities, flexibility, as well as its seamless integration into a single user experience,” said Tamas Sandor, Head of Voice and Mobile Services at Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier.
“We are extremely proud to be working with such a forward-thinking, innovative organization and to exceed their requirements and expectations. Our work with Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier demonstrates the scalability of our platform and our ability to deliver on time and on budget, against strict timelines for one of the world’s largest wholesale carriers,” said Ali Gazioğlu, COO at Linxa. “Linxa continues to evolve the platform to include new capabilities while leveraging new technologies. Already, we’ve added new depths of automation and are exploring new possibilities for streamlining how carriers manage and optimize their Voice services.”