, a supplier of software and systems that enable network-based multimedia enhanced communication and billing services, reportedly will be showcasing
three different technologies aimed at telecom service providers at CTIA (News
) Wireless IT and Entertainment.
The new technologies from Comverse include the Comverse (News
) ONE Billing & Active Customer Management solution for accelerated time to revenue, Comverse Mobile Ad solution for the generation of new carrier revenue streams, and innovative voice and content services for increased service usage.
According to Comverse, the company’s solutions generate revenues, strengthen customer loyalty and improve operational efficiency for more than 500 communication service providers in more than 130 countries.
“As a leader and innovator in value-added services, messaging, billing and now mobile advertising, Comverse plays a key role in supporting operators’ personalized services in an evolving, connected world,” said John Bunyan, chief marketing officer of Comverse. “Our expertise enables operators to deploy and manage the service lifecycle from launch to increased usage with product-based solutions that meet today’s and tomorrow’s needs.”
All three technologies and solutions could change the face of the industry. According to Comverse, while its ONE Billing & Active Customer Management solution accelerates time to revenue and features a single database for prepaid, postpaid and converged solutions, Comverse Mobile Ad solution delivers targeted ads over multiple touch points.
Comverse’s visual voicemail helps a user go to the message he or she wants to hear with access from any device by means of handset clients, third generation, Multimedia Message Service, Web and e-mail.
Comverse’ Mobile Internet Gateway (News
) is a cost-effective, high-capacity data platform that enables advanced data services while managing growing mobile data traffic.
Comverse Mobile Ad solution delivers targeted ads over multiple touch points. Its solutions support flexible deployment models, including in-network, hosted and managed services, and can run on circuit-switched, VoIP, IP Multimedia Subsystem and converged network environments.
Comverse recently signed a technology and services agreement with IBM (News
) to offer telecom service providers solutions based on IBM’s software products and service delivery platform solutions, together with Comverse’s value-added services and billing and active customer management solutions. The solutions will help reduce operational costs, increase efficiencies and drive growth, said the company.
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Edited by Michael Dinan