|By PR Newswire||
|February 24, 2014 01:00 AM EST||
RAMAT-GAN, Israel, February 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Friendly Technologies, a leading provider of unified device management and customer experience solutions for fixed and mobile operators, announced today that it has been chosen by OJSC VimpelCom, one of Russia's largest telecom operators, to deploy a centralized system that will handle device management across multiple regions and support millions of broadband subscribers. The partnership between the two companies, an important strategic move for Friendly Technologies in the Russian market, involves a multi-year project and long-term agreement.
Friendly's Device & Home Management platform covers the entire service life cycle, from remote provisioning of services to inventory management, group FW updates, monitoring, event triggering and support automation. By adopting Friendly's TR-069 based system, OJSC VimpelCom will be able to streamline and simplify the deployment, support, management and monitoring of Data, Voice and Video services, facilitating maximized support center productivity, increased loyalty and reduced churn.
Friendly's local system integrator in Russia, I-Teco - a leading supplier of information technologies for Russian corporate customers - will be handling all aspects of Friendly's deployment and providing local support. The joint Friendly Technologies & I-Teco collaboration is expected to bring real value to OJSC VimpelCom.
Friendly's representatives will be available to discuss the company's unified device management solutions at the Mobile World Congress in Hall 5, Booth 5C81.
About Friendly Technologies
Friendly Technologies provides optimized device management and customer experience solutions for fixed and mobile operators. Our Friendly solutions streamline and simplify the entire broadband service life cycle, enabling operators to gain higher customer satisfaction while reducing operational costs. http://www.friendly-tech.com
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