SunTec, a leading provider of dynamic relationship-based pricing and centralized billing solutions, announced that Cable One, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO), has successfully deployed SunTec’s solution to price and bill for the cable company’s voice service.
SunTec’s evolutionary TBMS VoIP along with Cable One’s existing billing platform provided Cable One with a converged pricing and billing management solution. The solution delivers a unified bill for the entire suite of services provided by Cable One.
“This is a win-win situation for Cable One and SunTec! I am extremely pleased with the outcome of the implementation. SunTec’s commitment to quality and timelines at competitive prices is remarkable,” said Kishore Reddy, Director of Voice Services, Cable One.
SunTec’s Solution supports dynamic tariff modeling and handles Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based services like multi-conferencing, video conferencing, and prepaid voice enabling Cable One to introduce new competitively priced product bundles effortlessly. In addition the solution flawlessly integrates with leading telecom and tax databases that include LERG and Vertex.
“In every way, SunTec met or exceeded our expectations; be it our deadlines, strict budget parameters or the level of quality we demanded, the team more than delivered on every front,” said Stephen A. Fox, Vice President of Digital Services, Cable One. “The team demonstrated competence, integrity, and great sensitivity to Cable One’s evolving requirements. I would like to see this not as a client-vendor relationship but as the beginning of an excellent partnership,” added Fox.
“By rolling out the voice service, Cable One would be among the top league of service providers in the United States. We are excited about being a part of Cable One’s success and their quest to be America’s Best Cable Company,” said K Nanda Kumar, CEO SunTec.