Comarch Earns Approval of Swiss in&phone

Channel Partners

October 24, 2005

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Comarch Earns Approval of Swiss in&phone

Comarch (Booth 1247), a global provider of OSS/BSS has been chosen by the Swiss GSM Operator in&phone to implement its billing and network management platforms.

With campusGSM, in&phone makes employees in largescale enterprises and administrations mobile in buildings and on their campuses. Comarch software is enabling better time-to-market, facilitating the launch of new services and business models, as well as handling the growing amount of data.

As a new Swiss GSM operator holding a license for the implementation of a GSM network to provide mobile services in Switzerland, in&phone is targeting customers from the private and public sector as well as public administration.

The company is addressing each groups increasing mobile-communication needs in offices where GSM coverage is usually poor.

The product concept of campusGSM makes mobile communication possible in buildings. With the coverage of the company area on basis of the GSM, the mobility of all employees will be increased, reducing telecommunication costs and increasing the productivity and satisfaction of staff. Today, in&phone is building upon its campusGSM for several Swiss multinational enterprises and local administrations.

In addition, in&phone has chosen Comarchs solution of TYTAN Billing System, TYTAN InterPartner Billing, TYTAN Customer Care, and InsightNet Mediation and Provisioning systems as its turnkey solution.

We are excited to cooperate with in&phone as a new company on the market and we are focused to support its growth with our technology and extensive experience on the Swiss mobile market, says Christophe Debou, Comarch board member, telecommunications business unit.

On the one hand, we can pass price advantages to our customers because of low set-up and operating costs; on the other hand, the Comarch solution allows us a fast adjustment to customer needs based on its high flexibility and integration, concludes Alois Widmann, in&phone CEO.

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