Indosat Ooredoo selects Tango Telecom

Limerick, Ireland, 27th April 2017: Tango Telecom, (www.tangotelecom.com), a leading provider of Data Monetisation Solutions for evolving mobile networks, today announced a major deal with Indosat Ooredoo, Indonesia to manage the operator’s entire messaging traffic as its sole provider.  This deal enhances the current Indosat Ooredoo infrastructure to include Tango Telecom’s next generation Subscriber Interaction Manager and its advanced SMS Firewall which implements real-time fraud and spam detection.  Tango Telecom’s Subscriber Interaction Manager provides a future-proof and feature-rich replacement for legacy SMSC platforms and ensures unrivalled performance and protection coupled with the ability to quickly launch loyalty-boosting services.

“Our continuing relationship with Tango Telecom is based on their strong commitment to the highest levels of customer service, their deep understanding of our business needs and their market leading platform.  Tango Telecom’s solution meets our requirements with the most advanced features and the fastest time to market without the need for the time and resource consuming upgrade,” says M. Askal Fansuri, Group Head International Business & Carrier Indosat Ooredoo.

“We offer the fastest reaction and greatest protection to fraud and spam threats while ensuring the secure and reliable delivery of services for Indosat Ooredoo.  This deal reinforces our 10 year partnership with Indosat Ooredoo and allows them to reduce their costs, to innovate with new exciting services and to accelerate their readiness for NFV,” explains Mr Mayoor Mahendra, COO, Tango Telecom. 

The Tango Telecom Subscriber Interaction Manager is a key application of the Tango Telecom Data Retail Engine (Tango DRE™).  The solution is one of the industry’s most widely deployed and provides Indosat Ooredoo with Tango Telecom’s Next Generation Subscriber Interaction Manager, SMS Firewall, Self-Care Management and Subscriber Engagement on one unified and virtualised platform.  

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