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Slovak Telekom Selects NetCracker to Consolidate Mobile & Fixed Billing

8 January 2016
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Slovak Telekom Selects NetCracker to Consolidate Mobile & Fixed Billing Image Credit: NetCracker

OSS/BSS firm, NetCracker announced that it has expanded its billing relationship with Slovak Telekom, the largest telecommunications service provider in Slovakia. Slovak Telekom will leverage NetCracker’s Revenue Management solution to bring its fixed and mobile billing processes onto a single, end-to-end platform. NetCracker’s Revenue Management solution was Slovak Telekom’s longtime wireline billing system. NetCracker will also support Slovak Telekom’s initiative to simplify its billing product portfolio and business processes. 

According to Netcracker, by integrating fixed and mobile billing operations onto a single and converged solution, Slovak Telekom will be able to reduce operating expenses, improve business agility and create a more consolidated approach to billing and revenue management. NetCracker will also provide a wide range of professional services, including analysis, design, configuration, development, integration, migration and testing services. 

Branimir Maric, CTIO at Slovak Telekom
We are excited to bring our mobile and fixed billing onto a single platform, which will allow us to reduce sales costs and operating expenditure and generate additional revenue opportunities.

Sylvain Seignour, Vice President of Global Sales at NetCracker
We are glad to see that Slovak Telekom has translated the benefits we presented through our wireline billing solution into its wireless domain as well. .

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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