Cerillion has picked up a new managed services contract with Danish energy and telecommunications group Norlys.
London-based Cerillion is a provider of billing, charging and customer management systems.
The company explains that following the launch of its wholesale and retail BSS/OSS solutions for the Infrastructure Owner and Service Provider divisions of Norlys, this managed services engagement is intended to help Norlys to “achieve significant economies of scale” as Cerillion will support all of its back-office operations.
Morten Bilgrav Mathiasen, CIO at Norlys, states: “In an open and highly competitive broadband market, operational efficiency and business agility are absolutely crucial to our on-going success.”
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Silkeborg-based Norlys operates two distinct business units that are interconnected through the national wholesale platform provided by OpenNet. It has an open fibre network of 700,000 addresses, to let users choose internet products and TV content from among the ten service providers that are part of Norlys’ fibre collaboration through OpenNet.
The Danish entity has about 750,000 co-op shareholders, 1.7 million customer relations, 2,800 employees and over 100 years of history.
Founded in 1999, Cerillion has 80 customer installations across 40 countries. Customers include Liberty Global, KDDI and Proximus.
Far away from Scandinavia, but also this month, Cerillion announced a new contract with Cable & Wireless Seychelles, a telecommunications company in the Seychelles, to implement a complete digital BSS/OSS solution. Cerillion is providing a full turnkey delivery of Cerillion Unify, within a private cloud deployment.