Evolving Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: EVOL – News), a provider of software solutions and services to the wireless, wireline and IP carrier market, and American Telecommunications, Inc. (ATI), a solutions provider of advanced telecommunications systems and services, have announced their agreement to pursue new business in the Latin America market.
“After a careful evaluation of technology and industry experience, we selected Evolving Systems as our vendor partner for service activation and number management projects in our region,” said Luis Alberto Nunez, ATI’s CEO. “We feel that Evolving Systems provides the right combination of value and functionality that operators in Latin America are demanding, and we are very pleased to be working with an industry leader in areas that our customers consider mission critical,” added Nunez.
The companies have entered into an agreement to bring Evolving Systems’ service activation and number management solutions to telecommunications operators in Latin America. Under the agreement, ATI will market and support Evolving Systems’ solutions through its extensive network of in-country affiliates throughout Latin America. Evolving Systems will provide ATI with the technology and expertise to bring end-to-end solutions to customers in the region.
“We look forward to working with ATI in Latin America,” said Stephen Gartside, Evolving Systems’ president and CEO. “ATI’s comprehensive regional footprint and impressive track record of system integrations in the region will help us provide our solutions to a broad range of customers, quickly and effectively.”
Evolving Systems’ Tertio(TM) service activation solution enables operators to replace legacy and custom-built service activation solutions with a solution that can be cheaper and easier to operate. The solution helps operators manage growth by reducing the time to activate services, decreasing the number of errors, and lowering the cost of operations. The Tertio solution, which supports Linux as well as various commercial UNIXÂ® products, offers operators a cost-effective and scalable choice of hardware architectures. It also provides graphical tools to enable rapid service modeling, service assembly and service integration to speed up service rollout and make it simpler for carriers to use their own staff to maintain and enhance the system.
Evolving Systems’ NumeriTrackÂ® number management solution enables operators to store, assign, track and manage their telephone numbers for all services. It helps to improve customer service by providing a centralized, high performance system with instant access to accurate numbering. The NumeriTrack solution also helps to lower operational cost and effort by automating manual processes and integrating seamlessly with other OSS processes such as billing, activation and number portability. The solution provides extensive capabilities for forecasting, tracking and reporting number utilization to enable operators to manage their numbers proactively and meet any regulatory requirements.
About Evolving Systems
Evolving Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: EVOL – News) is a provider of software and services to more than 50 network operators in over 40 countries worldwide. Its portfolio includes market-leading products for Activation, Number Portability, Number Inventory and Mediation. Founded in 1985, the Company has headquarters in Englewood, Colorado, with offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, India and Malaysia. Further information is available on the web at www.evolving.com
About American Telecommunication Inc.
American Telecommunication Inc. initiated its activities in 1980, and is headquartered in Santiago, Chile. A value-added telecommunications integrator focused in the Latin American region, ATI currently has offices in 9 countries in Latin America and four offices in other parts of the world. It provides its customers with world-class solutions from industry leading vendors, and supports them locally 7×24 with its own engineering and support units. For more information about ATI, please visit www.amtelusa.com.