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Optiva inks multi-year support agreement with Afghan Wireless

Optiva, the Bangalore-located software provider of mission-critical, cloud-native, monetization solutions to leading communication service providers (CSPs) globally, has secured a significant upgrade and multi-year support agreement with Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) for its Optiva Charging Engine, Voucher Management, and Policy Control solutions.

“Over our more than a 10-year partnership, Optiva has earned our trust to deploy and support mission-critical, real-time converged charging and policy control solutions for us,” said Managing Director and Board Member of AWCC Amin Ramin. “Working closely with Optiva team, this upgrade will enable us to increase monetization, offer new value to our customers and prepare us for migration to a public cloud environment with unmatched scalability.”

Ramin also said, “AWCC needed a portfolio offering with a robust roadmap that would position and ready them for a future public cloud solution. Their upgrade provides a roadmap to the public cloud and equips AWCC with the functional capabilities to tap into the growth potential of Afghanistan. The upgrade will also help AWCC advance its growth strategy and gain capabilities for targeting new customer segments.

Also, the upgrade will allow them to eventually run their BSS stack, including real-time charging, through remote operations and management. This will improve AWCC’s resiliency and operational challenges compared to running the stack via the traditional, on-premise deployment models.”

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