MaxBill has acquired a new customer in its portfolio: the company has been selected by Tango in Luxembourg to deploy a multiple play customer management and billing solution.
Tango is a leading mobile operator in Luxembourg and is owned by the Belgacom Group. In addition to providing mobile telephony services, Tango offers a range of fixed line, Internet and value added (VAS) services to private and business customers.
“We had a number of alternatives in mind that we were considering seriously. MaxBill was the only option that provided us with outstanding references and the solution to continue to grow our business in an increasingly competitive market.”Didier Rouma, CEO at Tango
MaxBill will deploy a multiple play solution for Tango to upgrade its customer management and billing processes. The solution from MaxBill will create a unified operation framework for Tango’s entire portfolio of services and will allow Tango to offer sophisticated service packages based on a combination of prepaid and postpaid usage parameters. The solution will be implemented based on the MaxBill product suite and will replace a legacy system previously used by Tango.
“We are proud that Tango has selected MaxBill to support its growth plans,” said. Equally as important, we are pleased that an additional mobile operator has joined our growing customer base.”Kirill Rechter, CEO of MaxBill
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