Kapsch to deploy Openet Policy Manager at Telekom Austria Group

April 2, 2012 - Openet

Telekom Austria Group has selected Kapsch CarrierCom to integrate Openet Policy Manager across six operating companies in Eastern Europe. The deal was led by Kapsch, which will serve as the system integrator and provide regional complimentary services and support for the solution. The six network operators are to benefit from spam attack detection and flexible bill shock prevention as well as the implementation of requirements related to roaming regulation.

The deployment will go live this year and support approximately 19 million mobile subscribers, enabling them to benefit from enriched and innovative services and an enhanced customer experience.

"Kapsch and Telekom Austria Group are connected through long-term business relations. Through Kapsch's knowledge and experience as our business partner in the area of system integration, an efficient integration is guaranteed," said Johann Pichler, CTO of Telekom Austria Group. "Openet has made it easy for us to offer our operators within the Telekom Austria Group flexible and secure policy and billing solutions to support the smartphone revolution, while providing both new and existing customers with enriched and innovative services that will enhance their experience of our network service."

Thomas Schopf, Kapsch CarrierCom's COO, added: "Kapsch and Telekom Austria Group have been cooperating for several years. The knowledge we have gained through providing regional services and support within our cooperation with Telekom Austria Group is crucial for the integration. Openet's Policy Manager delivers exceptional performance and flexibility and is an ideal solution to enable a safe mobile experience for Telekom Austria Group's operating companies."


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