New Delhi, Aug 6 (UNI) Global software giant Oracle today said it is ready with its suite of software solutions for 3G networks for the telecom operators in the country.
''We have a global experience of providing solutions to the 3G operators. We will offer the solutions as and when the operators begin deploying the services,'' Oracle Communications Senior Vice President and General Manager Bhaskar Gorti told reporters here.
The solutions on offer leverage integrated, open applications to gain control of the entire concept-to-cash life cycle from service creation to sale, fulfillment, delivery and billing.
Its key solutions for the telcos include Billing and Revenue Management, Service Fulfillment Suite, SOA Suite, Service Delivery Platform, Siebel Universal Customer Master, Siebel Self Service and eBilling, Real Application Clusters, TimesTen In Memory Database, BPEL Process Manager, Siebel Contact Center and Service, Siebel Business Analytics, Process Integration Packs, and Carrier-Grade Framework among others.
Oracle has recently roped in customers like Bharti Airtel, Sun Direct, BSNL and IDEA Cellular and TataSky.
The company was recently in news for the acquisition of BEA Systems, a leader in enterprise infrastructure software.
Oracle has already started the merger of the India development centres of both the companies.
The company is also aggressively expanding its presence in key industries, including government, education and healthcare, financial services industry, manufacturing, retail, communication and media segments.
Oracle also announced that Airtel would be deploying its Network Integrity to optimise fibre-optic networks and automate discovery and synchronisation of network data with operational support systems.
Airtel currently uses Oracle's products for Enterprise Resource Management and Customer Relationship Management.
''This automated solution will replace Airtel's burdensome manual process for assessing and reconciling its network utilisation with our network inventory information. Thus, improving its service-provisioning capabilities and further optimising its capital expenditures for its extensive national network,'' Bharti Airtel Ltd Director (Customer Service and IT) Jai Menon said.
The company has over 7,000 customers using Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware (including BEA Systems) and Oracle applications across financial services, communications, government and public sector, manufacturing and retail segments.
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