Comptel Corporation (NASDAQ OMX Helsinki: CTL1V) recently announced that its convergent mediation software has replaced some of Dutch communications service provider Ziggo’s existing systems. The company’s best-of-breed software platform enables the operator to more easily and rapidly collect, process and transform service transactions into billable records.
A first time customer of Comptel’s and the largest cable operator in the Netherlands, Ziggo serves around 2.8 million households, with more than 1.8 million Internet subscribers, almost 2.3 million subscribers for digital television and 1.5 million telephony subscribers. Comptel Convergent Mediation offers a single, technology-agnostic mediation platform that supports both prepaid and postpaid customer bases. The high-performance platform currently handles more than one billion transactions per day at 20+ operator sites.
A commercial, off-the-shelf software solution, Comptel Convergent Mediation seamlessly integrates with communications service providers’ other BSS/OSS and network element interfaces, as well as extends to next-generation environments and services.
“Comptel’s solution integrates easily with our billing and network systems, and offers a platform for the efficient and accurate mediation of our broadband services,” said Arnoud Klerkx, director, applications development, Ziggo.
For more information about Comptel, visit www.comptel.com. Learn more about the company’s convergent mediation product.