Reliance expands Intec relationship

India's Reliance Communications has successfully upgraded its current Intec Convergent Billing (Singl.eView) installation to the latest, Version 6.0, and has signed contracts for Intec's Content Partner Management solution.

These additional capabilities are key enablers for the delivery of complex, content-oriented next-generation services, Reliance says.

This additional deployment will help Reliance to further enhance its competitiveness in the telecom market, to bill and manage partner relationships more efficiently, and to launch new next generation content services such as DTH, IPTV and other value-added services.

The latest version of Intec's Convergent Billing solution provides operators with extended functionality, distributed architecture for increased scalability, improved efficiency of billing operations and enhanced support for multi-national requirement.

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