|By Business Wire||
|June 30, 2014 08:05 AM EDT||
AURIS, a business enabler and provider of Innovative Cloud Technology Platforms, has been successfully delivering services to MatchCom, using AURIS’ value-added business intelligence with automatic transcoding and dynamic routing, enhancing carrier services operations. MatchCom is a Tellza Communications company, focused on providing international voice termination.
AURIS’ Platform as a Service model, offers a comprehensive suite of telecom carrier grade service features designed to lower operating costs, reduce capital expenditures and increase profitability. The comprehensive solution enables carriers to deploy a proven global solution in an efficient and effective manner, resulting in immediate and noticeable positive changes to their bottom line.
Helmut Eichhorn, CEO of MatchCom, stated, “The solution provided by AURIS has allowed MatchCom to build the foundation of a profitable business leveraged by AURIS’ business knowledge and technology. Our experience is summarized by saying that the solution is robust and easy to use, allows quick time to market and provides reliable services.”
He added, “One of the biggest differentiators of AURIS as a whole, is the team of seasoned professionals that integrated with MatchCom to build the ultimate business engine. This allowed us to quickly become a recognized player and one of the main reasons we gained the attention of Tellza Communications, who recently acquired a majority stake in MatchCom.”
“AURIS has helped customers increase competitiveness and gain recognition in their markets,” explained Juan Martin Gomez, CIMA Group’s CEO, parent company of AURIS. Brian Pla VP of Sales for Auris added, “Our technology empowers Service Providers to develop successful business models literally overnight, while controlling investments and reducing operating costs.”
For more information about AURIS please visit www.auris.com
AURIS, a subsidiary of CIMA Group, is an industry recognized leader of innovative cloud technology platforms serving the telecom industry. A trusted partner for over 12 years, AURIS is a pioneer in offering consumers and carriers a One Stop Shop solution and enabling resellers and distributors to create and manage their product offerings. By focusing on our customer’s success, we are committed to provide a state-of-the-art infrastructure with resilient geographical redundancy and seamless user experience. AURIS’ PaaS model affords efficiency, flexibility, reliability, and security allowing for customer’s increased operating margins. We combine technology and business knowledge to work as one.
MatchCom, a part of Tellza, a global communications company operating under several brands including Route Dynamix, Phonetime, Tel3, and Tellza Technologies. Tellza is a public company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TEL).
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