Ooredoo Global Services has announced an agreement with NeuString to deploy its NeuString OptiPrizer and NeuString Online products across its operations in the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia.
The solutions, which will be used in Algeria, Indonesia, Iraq, Oman, Kuwait, Myanmar, Pakistan, Palestine, Tunisia, and Qatar, as well as by Ooredoo Global Services, will manage roaming tariff plans for Ooredoo’s customer base of more than 114mn people, and manage thousands of discount agreements across all Ooredoo Group operations.
Ooredoo Qatar COO Yousuf al-Kubaisi said: “Ooredoo Global Services continues to enhance our range of international partnerships to build our position as a leading exchange for voice, capacity, and roaming services. Deploying NeuString’s solutions will enable us to maximise the benefits and value of roaming with Ooredoo for our customers, and deliver real cost savings and efficiencies across our operations.”
NeuString is the leading supplier of “big data” predictive analytics and discount agreement management roaming solutions to mobile operators.
Casper Tribler, CEO of NeuString, said: “We pleased and proud that Ooredoo Global Services has chosen NeuString’s comprehensive roaming analytics and discount agreement management solutions. This represents the latest success for NeuString as we again have proven that our solution is market-leading in relation to serving the world’s largest operator groups with profit-optimising big data roaming solutions.”
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