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September 25, 2008

Acision launches new unified charging architecture

UK-based messaging company Acision has launched Acision Charging Engine, a new unified charging architecture. Using the new platform, operators will be able to unify the monetization of their services on one platform, bringing together prepaid, postpaid and bundle management, enabling the optimization of customer experience across the network.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to the company, its Acision Charging Engine is a platform that forms the nucleus of the company’s charging solutions, prepaid, convergent charging and bundle manager. Together these solutions offer a common architecture for charging, in real-time, across any network.

Henk de Boer, executive vice president of business units at Acision, said: We have 14 years experience of working with tier one operators to deliver innovative charging solutions. These ensure that the revenue from new services is effective and easily captured. Improving time to market of new services is key, as is cost effectively scaling a solution whilst helping to lower OPEX costs and CAPEX investment.

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