TIM Brasil rolls out broadband offer with Amdocs platform

TIM Brasil chose the Amdocs CES (customer experience systems) product portfolio and a range of Amdocs consulting, integration and implementation services for its TIM Fiber residential broadband service.
Amdocs will speed up time-to-market for TIM Fiber services by providing the business support systems (BSS) and operational support systems (OSS).
TIM's new offering follows its 2011 acquisition of AES Atimus, which operated a 5,000-kilometer fiber-optic network in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and other major Brazilian cities.
Amdocs is also providing the strategic business-process consulting that will allow TIM Brasil to rapidly integrate the Atimus network and begin delivering broadband services less than 12 months after the acquisition.

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