TelOne deploys FTS Leap billing in South Africa
Zimbabwe’s TelOne has successfully implemented Leap Billing software from FTS in a comprehensive end-to-end billing and customer care solution.
TelOne is Zimbabwe’s national telecoms operator and provides a wide range of services to its residential and business customers, including wireline telephony, wireless, broadband and satellite communications. TelOne’s billing transformation project includes the implementation of FTS’ convergent billing and charging, interconnect billing, invoicing, order management, customer management, network management, mediation and more.
“Following the successful implementation of Leap Billing, we can already see the benefits of the FTS’ solution,” said Hampton Mhlanga, TelOne’s CEO. “The flexibility of the system will enable us to provide a richer offering to our customers through the rapid implementation of new services, as well as immediate additional sources of income from interconnect fees. The Leap Billing solution will help us to increase our revenues and therefore it will provide a rapid ROI. Moreover, we have seen first-hand that FTS is genuinely committed to our market and we have no doubt that working with FTS will take TelOne to the next generation of telecommunication services.”
Nir Asulin, chief executive of FTS, added: “This is another great deployment for FTS, and one we believe that will provide huge benefits to TelOne. The flexibility of the Leap Billing platform will help TelOne create additional sources of revenue, and with our on-going support and service, TelOne will be able to further increase revenues over the coming years. This project is testimony to FTS’ steadfast commitment to this fast-growing region, where we help operators across Africa to provide a wide range of advanced telecoms services to their growing customer base.”
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