Comptel Corporation (HEX: CTL1V), the leading vendor of dynamic Operations Support System (OSS) software, has told OSS News Review that Algerian mobile operator Wataniya Algérie (Nedjma), whose majority is owned by Qatar Telecom (Qtel) through Wataniya Telecom in Kuwait, has selected Comptel Provisioning and Activation to improve its service fulfillment processes for mobile offerings, including planned 3G services.
After winning the third mobile license in Algeria in December 2003, Wataniya launched commercially in August 2004 under the name of Nedjma.
Since then, Nedjma has experienced rapid growth — both in terms of subscribers and services offered. Like many successful operators in dynamic markets, Nedjma found that some of the systems it had in place were unable to cope with this growth.
Comptel Provisioning and Activation automates the provisioning and activation processes. With a single interface, it covers the entire workflow — from service order to the start of billing. Nedjma selected Comptel’s solution in the first quarter of 2009 and is now going live with the deployment.
Comptel Dynamic OSS solutions enable telecom service providers to deliver services flexibly and charge them effectively. Comptel’s wide expertise in service fulfillment, mediation and charging empowers our customers to focus on delivering innovative services. Comptel has provided software solutions to 280 service providers with 800 million subscribers in 85 countries. The Group has about 600 employees world-wide and net sales were EUR 75 million in 2009. www.comptel.com/