October 24, 2012
Simfonics Uses LogNet Systems' Billing Platform to Expand Its Mobile Operator Customer Base
By Calvin Azuri
Simfonics recently announced that it has effectively expanded its mobile operator customer base using the LogNet (News - Alert) Systems billing platform. The billing platform from LogNet Systems is being used as a part of the solution for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) services portfolio of Simfonics (News - Alert). LogNet Systems specializes in customer management and billing solutions designed specifically for multiple play service providers.
In a statement, Uwe Lührig, CEO at Simfonics, said that, "We are glad to increase our business on our managed service delivery platform. We see M2M as a growth area for mobile operators and are confident that our managed service delivery platform can help mobile operators capitalize on this rapidly expanding market opportunity. The MaxBill (News - Alert) platform is key part of our M2M solution."
Simfonics provides its mobile operator clients with a managed service delivery platform which makes it possible for them to quickly offer M2M services. The solution includes a wide range of M2M applications, and includes solutions for metering, remote maintenance and control, tracking, inventory, point-of-sale and payment.
Kirill Rechter, CEO of LogNet Billing, said that, "We are very happy with our successful partnership with Simfonics. We have high expectations for continued growth within the M2M billing space as well as other segments of mobile services."
The customer management and billing functionality which has been tightly integrated with the service delivery platform of Simfonics is a part of the MaxBill product suite of LogNet Systems. The suite essentially serves to automate service delivery processes, improve management of high transaction volumes, and can help in ensuring seamless partnerships that are typical to M2M communications.
At the present, the managed service delivery platform from Simfonics has been successfully deployed by E-Plus in Germany, GTCom in Germany and Macheen in the United States.
Edited by Brooke Neuman