Mobile operator Aircel has selected Intec, a provider of business and operations support systems, to supply and implement its fully convergent service mediation platform.
According to Intec, Aircel will deploy Intec’s Total Service Mediation platform to support its pan-Indian expansion and business transformation strategy; the system is expected to be implemented by Wipro, which is the systems integrator for the project.
Intec has said that Aircel is expected to use the platform to gather, process, validate and distribute usage data from its network in real-time. Using Intec’s Total Service Mediation platform, Aircel will be able to implement its own business rules for mediation processing, enabling the company to launch new products and services that are essential for capturing a wider share of the market and supporting its medium to longer-term growth objectives.
Ravinder Jain, chief information officer of Aircel, said: We consider Intec a vital technology partner to support our expansion and business transformation strategy. Intec’s technology, experience and capabilities will help us seamlessly upgrade our mediation platform at a time when we’re launching market-critical products and services for our rapidly growing customer base.