Openet, the most innovative provider of Subscriber Optimization Software (SOS) to tier one communications and media service providers, has announced its selection as a finalist within the 2011 World Vendor Awardsprogram. The Company’s latest policy management solution, Policy Manager 3.0, was awarded this distinction by organizers for its ability to comprehensively account for and manage subscriber activity, while forming the basis for core services and business models in the process.
“Being named a finalist for this awards program underscores Openet’s commitment to network software quality,” said Niall Norton, CEO of Openet. “As a company, Openet has always strived to innovate ahead of the curve in terms of functionality that meets business needs, and our Policy Manager product exemplifies this mission. With more battle-tested, embedded use cases than ever before, Openet is helping to turn policy management into a revenue center.”
The solution’s host of successes in 2010 included deployments for tier one operators in France, Brazil, Ireland, Indonesia, South Africa and the Netherlands, among others. The widespread geography of these deployments demonstrates how Openet’s Policy Manager is a proven solution meeting varied, global network challenges.
World Vendor Award winners are set to be announced at the gala dinner held on May 5, 2011 at the Swan at the Globe in London. You can find more information about the awards program at terrapinn.com/.
Openet (openet.com) is the most innovative provider of Subscriber Optimization Software (SOS) to tier one communications and media service providers. To succeed, today’s operators must know their subscribers, deploy innovative business models and control the allocation of network resources. Openet's offerings are engineered to attract subscribers and provide an optimal experience, minimize the cost to serve them and maximize revenue—making the most of every subscriber. With customers across the globe, Openet is meeting the needs of operators worldwide such as Vodafone, Orange, AT&T and Verizon.