Redknee Solutions announced that it has won a multi-year renewal of its software and services contract with TIM Brazil. Redknee will provide an end-to-end solution that includes new software capabilities, managed services, and support services that enable the company to secure its position as a leading mobile operator in Brazil.
Redknee’s Cloud and Managed Services solutions allow communication service providers (CSP’s) to focus on their core business and customers, while Redknee manages the BSS eco-system, utilizing best-in-class tools, processes and consulting to deliver agreed service levels and reduce operating cost. Faster time-to-market is a key requirement for CSP’s who are evolving into digital service providers (DSP’s). Redknee’s ‘first time right’ approach and agile working methodology ensures that new products and enhancements are implemented quickly and with high quality. The combination of Redknee’s real-time monetization and subscriber management software and its Cloud and Managed Services allows services providers to quickly deploy new capabilities that support differentiation and generate sustained business advantage.
Lucas Skoczkowski, Redknee’s CEO commented:
“This contract renewal demonstrates the strong partnership between Redknee and TIM Brazil and Redknee’s ability to successfully support service providers in the Telecom Italia Group around the world. By utilizing Redknee’s Cloud and Managed Services solutions, TIM Brazil is able to maximize the value of their Redknee software products. Redknee is provides a market-leading combination of real-time monetization software and services, which delivers innovation, agility, and reliability to our customers”.
Daniel Hermeto, TIM Brazil’s director Chief of Purchasing and Supply Chain Officer says:
“When we renew this partnership with Redknee, we can continue taking full advantage of the solutions offered, in addition to directly benefiting our customers and our business. We are very pleased with the returns obtained already, especially in the corporate segment”