Peter-Service unveils range of digital enablement products for telecoms operators at MWC

Loukas Tzitzis Peter-Service
Peter-Service chief products & marketing officer Loukas Tzitzis 

Russian mobile network billing solutions company Peter-Service has launched a new line-up of digital enablement products for communication service providers and digital service providers at Mobile World Congress (MWC).

The firm, which was founded in 1992, has unveiled its next generation digital BSS, which addresses how communication service provider become digital service providers. It’s a one-stop solution for all BSS digital transformation needs and is an in-house built pre-integrated revenue and customer management product that is DevOps ready – with a proven scalability of over 77m subscribers on a single platform. It enables for full convergence on traditional and digital revenue streams, partners onboarding, personalisation, rapid creation and delivering of offerings based on first- and third-party data.

“Communication service providers have never faced a more challenging business environment,” said Mikhail Dubin, chairman of the board of directors at Peter-Service. “At the same time, new growth opportunities are here and could be easily captured with the proper enablers and capabilities.  We see that operators need their BSS assets to address digital experience, omnichannel interactions, efficient partnerships, analytics-based decision-making and extensive personalization down to individual clients. All of these were focal points of Peter-Service’s development efforts and we are confident that Peter-Service can help operators unlock value faster than anyone else and with a TCO that cannot be matched in the industry.”

In addition, Peter-Service has unveiled a pre-integrated modular internet of things (IoT) platform to help operators on their way to becoming digital service providers. These operators can benefit from revenue streams generated via IoT-specific monetisation models and the launch of cross-industrial IoT solutions for all segments, while being able to improve customer loyalty and reduce churn, and reduce TCO through the use of an out-of-the-box, carrier-grade platform.

“Using our IoT end to end solution, operators can access new digital market segments and new industries, while ensuring a high level of service to customers and partners,” said Loukas Tzitzis, chief products & marketing officer at Peter-Service. “By offering next generation digital products and services, we help communication service providers become digital services providers (DSP) and offset the stagnation of the Classical CSP model.”

MWC will also see Peter-Service show off its ‘Network Monetisation’ (NWM) suite. This pre-integrated, highly scalable offering goes beyond real-time policy control, rating and charging functionalities and can be used across all tiers of operators for monetising their network and digital assets. It features pre-defined configurations and unmatched flexibility to support the evolution of operator business models.

“Real-time policy, rating and charging are crucial themes in BSS for a number of years. With the increasing investment in network capacity not yielding the expected return for operators, optimising and maximising the monetisation potential of those assets is absolutely paramount for the industry,” said Igor Gorkov, Peter-Service CEO.

“Our system is proven all the way to Tier 1 conditions, serving more than 77m subscribers on a single platform – but we go way beyond that. What we are bringing to the market is a single, real-time monetization engine for any line of business, customer segment and payment types. This allows service providers to personalize and monetize both classical as well as digital services such as OTT, content, e-commerce and e-banking to ensure their successful transformation to a digital service provider.”

Peter-Service is showing off the new solutions and products at MWC until 1 March. The firm can be found at booth 3B40.