January 26, 2018
Intec, a global provider of business support systems (BSS) solutions, today announced the addition of Globalive’s WIND Mobile, an innovative Canadian mobile service provider, to its marquee list of telecom customers.
Globalive selected Intec in 2017 to power its WIND Mobile brand for its Canadian wireless service launch which went live in December 2017.
The partnership covered the license and implementation of Intec’s market-leading portfolio of products including Intec Convergent Billing and Customer Management (Singl.eView), Intec Total Service Mediation (Inter-mediatE and Inter-activatE) and Intec’s settlement solution.
“We chose Intec as a partner due to their tightly integrated, customer-centric platform approach, which completely supports our vision of a customer-focused wireless carrier,” commented Scott Waller, CIO WIND Mobile.
“Intec’s integrated platform provided us with the essential fast time to market we required, along with the long-term flexibility to deliver new products and services to the Canadian mobile customer.”
Globalive, a ten-year veteran of the Canadian telecoms market, won spectrum in the 2016 Advanced Wireless Services (“AWS”) spectrum auction to build out a national network.
The operator, through its WIND Mobile brand, provides Canadians with a cost-effective alternative for wireless services, expanding its services footprint from its current offering of affordable and accessible dial-around, home phone, internet and long distance services.
WIND Mobile is the first national wireless alternative in Canada in over a decade.
“The selection and rapid implementation at WIND Mobile underscores the strength of Intec’s integrated solution offering for the wireless sector, and further reinforces our reputation for providing market-leading technical solutions supported by superior services,” concluded Ian Watterson, Vice President, Intec Americas.
“Our products have been proven in the most demanding environments, providing the flexibility and scalability to support startup operations like Globalive’s WIND Mobile, as well as legacy transformations onto a single convergent platform.”