Evolving Systems’ Dynamic SIM Allocation Solution Shortlisted for Award

Evolving Systems’ Dynamic SIM Allocation Solution Shortlisted for Award



February 5, 2018

Evolving Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ-EVOL), a leading provider of software solutions and services to the wireless, wireline and cable markets, today announced that the Company’s Dynamic SIM Allocation (DSA) solution has been shortlisted for the “Best Technology Foresight” category at Total Telecom’s World Vendor Awards.

The inaugural World Vendor Awards is the first of its kind, focusing purely on the vendors who supply software and services to the telecoms industry worldwide.

Judges lead by representatives of Total Telecom magazine and PricewaterhouseCoopers, short-listed 32 leading telecom vendors in eight categories, including Outstanding Vendor of the Year, the Clean Technology Initiative, and Technology Foresight.

The awards received more than 100 nominations with the winners to be announced at a black tie dinner in London on 5th May 2018.

“Being shortlisted for this award is a great honour” said Stuart Cochran, CTO of Evolving Systems.

“Not only have we successfully demonstrated that the DSA solution has very positive effects in both streamlining operations and enabling new market propositions, but also that our innovative approach is becoming increasingly important to providing a fantastic user experience and customer insight in today’s hyper-competitive markets” he added.

“DSA has already been selected by six of the world’s leading wireless operators, with three currently in live production.”

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