Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper 5.0 has enhanced network and application programming capabilities in addition to increasing customer satisfaction and brand loyalty.
VHA has improved its network functionality by upgrading to Oracle (News - Alert) Communications Services Gatekeeper 5.0. This upgrade has also enabled it to create new revenue streams by simplifying partnerships with third-party application stores and content providers.
VHA is a mobile telecommunications company with more than six million subscribers in Australia. The company is currently upgrading its network and working toward improving its NaaS infrastructure. Eventually, it aims to increase network reliability, customer retention and create new revenue streams. It also aims to improve subscriber growth and customer satisfaction to expand its footprint in the market.
In addition to reducing operational costs, Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper enables VHA to consolidate and unify access to network assets across its properties.
“In today’s highly competitive Australian telecommunications market, innovation and a differentiated customer experience are key to growing the subscriber base,” said Bhaskar Gorti, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications.
Oracle provides comprehensive network usage controls to monetize network assets for VHA. The upgrade also increases new application investments, maximizes revenue and reduces time-to-market for new messaging services.
Other benefits of upgrade to Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper 5.0 includes reduced development and maintenance costs, improved access to user performance metrics and enhanced agility and competiveness in the market through customizable service level agreement (SLA) policies.
“We are pleased to help Vodafone Hutchison Australia upgrade to Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper 5.0 to integrate the technology infrastructure of its new acquisitions, improve service offerings and solidify its position in the industry,” added Gorti.
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