Telesens, an independent software vendor of products and services to the Telecommunications market, headquartered in London, with a development centre in Ukraine, took part in a Capacity Eurasia 2011 conference, held on in Istanbul, Turkey on September 14th-15th.
Capacity Eurasia provided opportunities for dedicated networking between 200 attendees from the CIS, Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria and international carrier-to-carrier markets.
Within feature panels and presentations the participants exchanged their ideas on trends and future opportunities for business growth in the telecommunications market of Eurasia, which is a strategic bridge between Europe, Middle East and Asia.
During the two-day event, Sergey Sergeev, Business Director and Shamil Nazipov, Sales Director at Telesens held a series of meetings with potential customers from the CIS, Democratic Republic of Georgia, and the company’s partners from Turkey.
Telesens (telesens.co.uk) has been providing software products and IT services primarily to the Telecommunications market for over 10 years. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in London with a development centre in Ukraine.
Telesens Product Line (Telesens PL) is a Strategic Business Unit of the company acting as an Independent Software Vendor to a wide range of Telecom Operators in the field of Interconnect Settlement, Wholesale Billing, Content Settlement, and Traffic Trade Management.
Telesens Custom Solutions (Telesens CS) is a Strategic Business Unit focused on professional IT services and projects development for a wide range of customers across the globe including, but not limited to Telecom Operators, Systems Integrators (SIs), Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), and Network Equipment Providers (NEPs).
The Telesens customer list is extensive and includes: T-Systems (Germany), Nokia Siemens Networks (Finland), EADS Multicoms (France), Kyivstar (Ukraine), Atos Origin AG (Switzerland), Kazakhtelecom (Kazakhstan), Altel (Kazakhstan), Transtelecom (Kazakhstan), Ukrtelecom (Ukraine), MTS-Ukraine, SMARTS (Russia), UСell (Uzbekistan), life:) (Belarus), AVOlogic (USA), etc.