MTC signs N$9,6m IT deal

10 November 2005 | Die Mark
\nMOBILE Telecommunications Limited (MTC) and Business Connexion Namibia (Pty) Ltd have signed an IT solution deal worth N$9.6 million.
\nThis will allow for fraud management, revenue assurance, a test call generator, billing verification, and quality of service measurement.
\nAn annually renewable maintenance contract will be entered into as part of the deal agreement as well.
\nBengt Strenge, Managing Director of MTC commented: \"This is our single largest deal with a local service provider enabling us to improve our revenue leakage and fraud management systems to world class levels.
\n\"It\'s a win-win situation for Namibia, since we are reinvesting our profits into the local economy while improving MTC\'s business performance even further.\"
\nIn response, Ferdi Graupe, Managing Director of Business Connexion Namibia, said: \"This deal represents a vote of confidence in our ability to provide cutting-edge business solutions to demanding service providers such as MTC.
\n\"We undertake to deliver on time and within the agreed quality standards which our clients have come to expect of us.\"
\nMTC has a customer base in excess of 400 000 subscribers with turnover in excess of N$866 million. Business Connexion Namibia (Pty) Ltd is one of the largest black empowered ICT companies in Namibia with a 23-year track record.
\nFor the purposes of this deal, Business Connexion Namibia sourced the solutions from Subex India. Subex Systems specialises in the area of revenue and profit maximisation for telecom operators.
\nSubex India has a global presence with offices in India, Canada, USA, China and the UK.
\nThe company also boasts the world\'s largest installed base for Fraud Management Systems with over 100 installations across 30 countries. \n

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