MATRIXX signs another agreement with Telstra to help it improve its 5G billing strategy and enhance its next-generation business capabilities

MATRIXX signs another agreement with Telstra to help it improve its 5G billing strategy and enhance its next-generation business capabilities

MATRIXX Software , a global leader in 5G monetization solutions, today announced that the company has extended its partnership with Telstra, an Australian telecommunications company, for its 4G and The 5G network provides monetization services.

As a market leader, Telstra is investing heavily in 5G networks to consolidate its position as the service provider of choice for Australian consumers, SMEs and large enterprises.

For the past seven years, MATRIXX has been an important participant in Telstra’s digital transformation. This telecommunications company is currently committed to deploying 5G independent networking, and the task that MATRIXX received is to provide support for the development of their new revenue sources, new services and new business models.

Shailin Sehgall, Telstra product support technical director, said Telstra has been developing its 5G network to provide next-generation products and services. “Completing this task requires forward-thinking partners.

Practice has proved that MATRIXX is such a partner. Since 2014, they have been providing Telstra with mission-critical capabilities. We look forward to continuing to move forward with them. As a billing technology provider for our current T22 plan and the latest transformation plan.”

The MATRIXX platform has been continuously expanding in response to Telstra’s digital journey. Today, MATRIXX provides support for post-paid services on Telstra’s 4G/LTE and 5G non-independent networking networks.

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According to the new agreement, MATRIXX will increase support for Telstra’s tasks in reducing complexity, improving customer experience, and making full use of 5G infrastructure investments. These include the deployment of a flexible cloud-native monetization platform to take advantage of the programmability, dynamic capacity and rich information provided by the 5G core network.

The cooperation between MATRIXX and Telstra will be further expanded to cover the application of its 5G Converged Billing System (CCS) to realize the monetization of new 5G services in consumer, SME, Internet of Things and enterprise services.

Glo Gordon, CEO of MATRIXX Software, said: “Telstra is an early customer and investor of our company. We are very proud of our successful track record in Telstra. We work hand in hand with their team to continuously innovate and help them achieve Digital transformation and a strategic plan to improve customer experience.

Now, through this expanded cooperation, we are very much looking forward to helping Telstra break through time and volume-based pricing restrictions and unlock the value of its 5G investment.”

MATRIXX is the industry’s only product-based monetization solution, which can provide operators with a rapid innovation platform for new products and services.

With the support of the MATRIXX cloud native architecture, Telstra will now use MATRIXX Digital Commerce to provide 4G and 5G services on a single platform. With its innovative “click-not-code” configuration and use cases for business rules, MATRIXX will give Telstra the business agility it needs to help it gain new revenue from 5G network investments.

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