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Global FinTech Company Uses DigitalRoute to Deliver Analytics-as-a-Service

May 7, 2019
09:00
    by Ben Jolley
    Media & Analyst Relations
    Phone: +1 801-373-7888

    DigitalRoute, the leader of usage driven business model innovation, today announced that ALDC Partnership, a FinTech leader in business sustainability strategy, has chosen DigitalRoute’s Usage Data Platform (UDP) to build its INNORBIS business analytics engine helping the financial sector to make better investments and sustainability based decisions

    “We needed to move to a digital and more agile approach to package and sell integrated sustainability analytics as a service with core in automation, speed and quality assurance. With DigitalRoute we can now transform critical data into impactful business decisions that create sustainability outcomes,” said Angelica Lips da Cruz, CEO and founder of ALDC Partnership and INNORBIS. “DigitalRoute delivers a powerful platform that scales with our needs. We are thrilled to be the first FinTech Company to leverage this technology.”

    The implementation of DigitalRoute’s cloud-native Usage Data Platform (UDP) allows INNORBIS to automate the process of collecting data from an enormous amount of sources and formats. This data is then correlated, aggregated and processed into one powerful data set that we bind to one identity (e.g. company or country) for advanced forward looking analysis and scientific comparison. With greater access to the data, INNORBIS can measure the data against significantly more key performance indicators (KPIs) to create better quality results that deliver objective sustainability performance measures no matter the size of business. The result is INNORBIS can now provide this business analytics as a service based on usage.

    “This is a great win as it demonstrates our market growth into new important verticals like FinTech,” said Andreas Zartmann, CEO of DigitalRoute. “ALDC Partnership is a foundational organization helping take business intelligence to a new level through sustainability analytics. We are excited to take the complexity out of the equation by collecting the usage data and delivering a single source so ALDC with its engine INNORBIS can enable customers to make better decisions.”

    About DigitalRoute®

    DigitalRoute provides a Usage Data Platform helping enterprises, of any size across industries, capitalize on the growing wave of consumption-based commerce and stop revenue leakage. DigitalRoute has been the market leader in this space, historically called billing mediation, for nearly 20 years. More than 400 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute Usage Data Platform to provide complex usage-based business models. Our customers trust our technology to operate in the critical area of monetization.

    Learn more at www.digitalroute.com

    About ALDC Partnership

    ALDC Partnership’s mission is to reallocate the traditional capital markets towards ESG (environment, social and governance) investments, mapping towards 17 SDGs indicators for high leverage and big impact in the world. Its INNORBIS solution is a forward looking analytical tool that allows users the ability to visualise the transformation towards being a responsible and purpose driven business, rewarding true leaders in the market that are impacting our future together in the different sectors and regions.

    Learn more at www.aldcpartnership.com or www.innorbis.com

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    Business Model Innovation – Simplified

    May 7, 2019
    09:00
      by Ben Jolley
      Media & Analyst Relations
      Phone: +1 801-373-7888

      DigitalRoute, the leader of consumption driven business model innovation, today announced a cloud-native solution to its Usage Data Platform (UDP) that further extends capabilities to simplify and drive consumption based commerce at enterprise speed.

      DigitalRoute’s cloud based service allows customers access to an extensive collection of APIs and data sources, allowing them to quickly innovate, implement and operationalize new business models driving extensive value creation.

      “This enhanced service is built on a 20 year proven track record in the most demanding environment extending business model innovation to our customers like never before,” said Andreas Zartmann, CEO of DigitalRoute. “We are making it possible for our customers to thrive in the consumption-based economy by simplifying the move from selling products to selling services driven by usage. Enterprises focused on customer experience are leapfrogging the simpler subscription models to offer more innovative and disruptive offerings. Our enhanced service enables enterprises to re-invent their business model to deliver on their brand promise.”

      With the inception of the consumption-based economy, companies are trying to find ways to meet customer expectations with a new business model approach. Collecting and analyzing data at scale to make more informed real-time decisions has become a must have. In order to offer a seamless buyer experience, as well as a fully transparent billing and settlement process, today’s businesses of every size are looking to collect and analyze usage data from thousands of sources that need to play well in any platform and for any revenue system. The challenge is that traditional approaches can’t automate usage data management and requires a lot of manual processes to assure the data quality.

      This cloud-based service within DigitalRoute’s UDP, enables a wide variety of capabilities, including usage-based billing, IoT usage data management, revenue leakage detection and prevention to identify a few. Customers can now automate usage data management to implement end-to-end business processes that fulfill their data and information processing needs. Additionally, with access to these tools, customers will have increased agility to help them scale to meet their needs while meeting key business objectives.
      Being cloud-native isn’t new to DigitalRoute’s offerings; we have deployed cloud-based solutions across various industries including transport, logistics, automotive, financial services, telecom and software delivery together with partners like SAP and Zuora. With our industry expertise comes a customized approach to simplify business model innovations to companies of any size.

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      About DigitalRoute®

      DigitalRoute provides a Usage Data Platform helping enterprises, of any size across industries, capitalize on the growing wave of consumption-based commerce and stop revenue leakage. DigitalRoute has been the market leader in this space, historically called billing mediation, for nearly 20 years. More than 400 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute Usage Data Platform to provide complex usage-based business models. Our customers trust our technology to operate in the critical area of monetization.

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      DigitalRoute Discusses Ways to Capture 5G Usage Data to Create New Business Models

      May 7, 2019
      09:00
        by Ben Jolley
        Media & Analyst Relations
        Phone: +1 801-373-7888

        WHAT? A discussion on ways to “Capture Usage Data to Create New Business Models” in today’s digital-first market. As digital disruption sweeps across industries, successful companies put their customers’ front and center in everything they do.

        WHO? Renee Stromberg, Chief Marketing Officer at DigitalRoute.

        WHY ATTEND? DigitalRoute will demonstrate how companies are able to systematically realign processes, technology, and ecosystems to give customers what they want, when they want, in just the way they want it. By unlocking, understanding, and acting on usage data to develop new business models while meeting customer demands and capitalizing on the growing wave of consumption based commerce.

        WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Digitalization, Innovation and Business leaders looking to understanding and act on usage data in the upcoming 5G world to create new opportunities and strategies to meet business objectives. Attendees will benefit not only from the discussion on this topic, but also from Renee’s experience as a leader in helping transform digital business challenges into business successes.

        WHEN? 12:25 - 12:45: The session is part of the TechXLR8 Asia event held, 18 - 20 September 2018.

        WHERE? TechXLR8 - Asia: Sands Grand Ballroom A (Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore)


         

        About DigitalRoute

        DigitalRoute helps hundreds of enterprises across a variety of industries worldwide to capitalize on the growing wave of consumption based commerce with our Usage Data Platform. DigitalRoute has been the market leader in this space, historically called billing mediation, for nearly 20 years. Over 350 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute Usage Data Platform to provide accurate complex usage-based business models. Our customers trust our technology to operate in the critical area of monetization.

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        Fortum Deploys DigitalRoute Technology 

        September 1, 2018
        11:29
          by Renée Strömberg
          Marketing
          Phone:

          Fortum Deploys DigitalRoute Technology to Enable Data Driven Services Supporting Energy Sector Transformation

          European utility Fortum is driving digital transformation within the energy sector, together with DigitalRoute. Starting with a digital solution for energy trading, by deploying machine learning algorithms based on DigitalRoute’s Data Optimization Platform, the companies are now taking the next steps in building data driven services within the energy sector. 

          Stockholm, Sweden – December 19, 2017 — DigitalRoute, the leading Data Integration and Data Management company, and key European energy provider, Fortum, have jointly announced the completion of a successful Proof of Concept project. Fortum is a leading clean-energy company offering electricity, heating and cooling solutions as well as driving the change for a cleaner world.

          Fortum has been looking for an IoT enabling platform to develop data-driven solutions and has now chosen to partner with DigitalRoute. DigitalRoute’s platform allows for real-time communication between assets, plants, data sources and business systems, resulting in optimal quality data, which can be utilized to simplify the deployment of new solutions and optimize key processes.

          The recently completed Proof of Concept focused on optimizing two different operational processes, both highlighting the benefits of Data Quality; to secure high quality data and then apply machine learning in order to optimize trading decisions.

          The Use Case showed how DigitalRoute’s solution could be used to predict intraday prices on the Nordic Energy market using external and internal data. Direct integration between the DigitalRoute Data Optimization Platform and market data sources enabled this provider to gain increased operational control, speed and commercial agility.

          Fortum’s Vice President, Trading and Asset Optimization, Simon-Erik Ollus, observed: “In partnership with DigitalRoute, we can increase both our momentum in the market as well as our self-sufficiency. We can focus on simplifying the deployment of new solutions and optimizing business processes, enabling a fast time-to-market.”

          Fortum will now utilize the experiences from the Proof of Concept in other areas such as operation and maintenance optimization of charging infrastructure, Smart Living services as well as further solutions within energy trading.

          DigitalRoute CEO Andreas Zartmann said: “Our technology is a game changer for cutting-edge utility providers and we are delighted that Fortum is working with us to demonstrate how energy companies can use it to turn innovations from an opportunity into a commercial success. We are also excited to partner with a visionary player in a fast-changing industry. Once again, this underlines the wide scope of challenges DigitalRoute’s technology can address.”


           

          About DigitalRoute

          DigitalRoute has been providing new approaches to data integration and management since 1999. Its technology offers high throughput and provides a unique degree of user configurability, processing all usage and statistical data extracted from the networks, including both billable and non-billable events. This means customers gain greater cost efficiencies, improved times-to-market for new service offerings, the ability to monetize any data, and the means to enhance end-customer satisfaction. DigitalRoute makes network events available to the right systems in the right formats in the most appropriate volumes at the required times, without losing a single bit. This is the foundation from which multiple, mission-critical use-cases can be addressed in the areas of Billing Mediation, OSS Mediation, Online Control and Enterprise Data Processing.

          Over 350 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute technology to meet their data management needs, including a number of OEM partners who use our platform as a central part of their own offerings. DigitalRoute is built on the core values of Expertise, Open-Mindedness and Commitment. With close to 200 employees, the company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with regional offices in Gothenburg, Atlanta and Kuala Lumpur. DigitalRoute is a venture-backed, privately-held company.

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          DigitalRoute Deployed for OSS Mediation with Tier-1 Service Provider in the Americas

          September 1, 2018
          11:29
            by Renée Strömberg
            Marketing
            Phone:

            DigitalRoute Deployed for OSS Mediation with Tier-1 Service Provider in the Americas

            DigitalRoute, the leading provider of Data Integration solutions globally has announced that a leading Tier-1 Telco group in Latin America is deploying OSS Mediation.

            OSS Mediation was launched two years ago anticipating a market need to harness operational data for service assurance purposes, and the latest deployment represents the second Tier-1 carrier group to have taken up the technology in 2017. The technology plays a critical role collecting, correlating and processing information from both Operational and Business sources (OSS and BSS as well as policy information).

            Telcos are being driven to introduce new processes and management tools in order to deliver innovative network services in an effective and profitable way. At the same time they find themselves needing to integrate and manage an increasingly broad range of next generation network elements. Consequently, OSS Mediation is rapidly becoming a vital infrastructure function.

            The operator deploying the technology in the Americas is presently undergoing transformation towards a 5G network, network virtualization, IoT and other operational changes. These have resulted in its existing infrastructure lacking the ability to manage ever-growing data volumes being generated by thousands of network elements, many new.

            DigitalRoute’s OSS Mediation solution was selected to solve this problem and put the operator back in control of its data, thanks to the technology’s flexibility, high performance and best of breed functionality, breaking traditional operational siloes by supporting a horizontal mediation approach (or strategy). DigitalRoute’s expertise in Master Data Management led to its selection over best-of-suite alternatives.

            Andreas Zartmann, CEO, DigitalRoute added: “I am very proud and delighted to welcome another market-leading Tier-1 group to the DigitalRoute family, and to expand our footprint in Latin America.  This deployment underlines the rapid pace with which the market is responding to OSS Mediation and DigitalRoute unquestionable position as the experts in the field.  As a result, we look forward to a very exciting future.”

             


             

            About DigitalRoute

            DigitalRoute has been providing new approaches to data integration and management since 1999. Its technology offers high throughput and provides a unique degree of user configurability, processing all usage and statistical data extracted from the networks, including both billable and non-billable events. This means customers gain greater cost efficiencies, improved times-to-market for new service offerings, the ability to monetize any data, and the means to enhance end-customer satisfaction. DigitalRoute makes network events available to the right systems in the right formats in the most appropriate volumes at the required times, without losing a single bit. This is the foundation from which multiple, mission-critical use-cases can be addressed in the areas of Billing Mediation, OSS Mediation, Online Control and Enterprise Data Processing.

            Over 350 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute technology to meet their data management needs, including a number of OEM partners who use our platform as a central part of their own offerings. DigitalRoute is built on the core values of Expertise, Open-Mindedness and Commitment. With close to 200 employees, the company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with regional offices in Gothenburg, Atlanta and Kuala Lumpur. DigitalRoute is a venture-backed, privately-held company.

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            DigitalRoute delivers 2018
            telco industry predictions

            September 1, 2018
            11:29
              by Renée Strömberg
              Marketing
              Phone:

              DigitalRoute delivers 2018 telco industry predictions

              DigitalRoute, the leading provider of Data Integration and Data Management enablement solutions globally, has published its Telco Industry 2018 Predictions. Vice President Global Solutions, Lars Månsson, traditionally offers his views on which topics he thinks will headline in the year ahead.

              For 2018, Lars anticipates the following trends as being those telcos should take note of:

              1. Telco infrastructure, gets complicated.

              The supporting system (OSS and BSS) landscape is a mess in so far as it’s ill equipped to support the transition to becoming a DSP (Digital Service Provider). This year should be the year for telcos to decide on - and start building towards - a new operational support infrastructure. Using old approaches to address new requirements won’t work. A new lean and agile environment is needed, a platform based approach with data driven decisions and value creation to optimize and enhance.

              1. IoT: ‘How?’ replaces ‘what?’

              2018 will be the year telcos recognize that IoT is about how, not what. A digital business requires an entirely new digital business strategy and new IT support system structure, particularly targeted for IoT.

              1. Come as you are, but decide what you are first.

              Telcos don’t have a common goal. Across tiers and geographies each has different goals. But whatever these are, they need to be defined before they're pursued; and then pursued according to the decision made.  Telcos cannot, for instance, be both Systems Integrators on application level and the smartest connectivity and bit-pipe providers.  Digitization puts many options in play; juggling more than one isn’t the route to success. Some telcos will climb verticals. Some will stay to true to their roots and provide smart connectivity.

              1. The transition isn’t a transition.

              It is time telos accept that in their transition they will have a hybrid environment for a long time, both on network and IT-side. Thus, disparate applications will have to coexist and a network communications system will for a long time be a chain of parts comprising hard and soft elements.

              1. Mediation in the new infrastructure is like the bit in The Exorcist where Linda Blair turns her head round 360 degrees.

              Data aggregation has come to mean ‘everything from everywhere’, not ‘billing mediation’. A 360 degree view of the service experiences and optimization means you HAVE to aggregate data in mediation, close to the data sources; data from the old world and the new world (hybrid world). In short, let’s accept it: Data is everywhere, execution on data everywhere, turn data smart close to the data sources and take hot decisions.

              1. Get organized.

              Operators need to start structuring their businesses differently, to think ‘horizontally’ and not just architecturally per application silo. Today, each part of an organization often owns set of applications and its data in a silo. Few parts take a horizontal approach to infrastructure building but instead own pieces of it. They must organize themselves according to the new world of support systems, not the old one.

              1. Money, money, money.

              5G will be a gradual journey (not a ‘big bang’). Particularly when NFV and SDNs take root new business models will follow. But how can new partnerships within ecosystems be monetized? What will be the new charging models? Video streaming/broadcasting, and extremely reliable communication for connected things is just a few things being heavily invested in – but telcos need to be able to make money out of it – for the end subscriber but also for the partnerships involved. Telcos need to decide how they will make it all work, bet on a few business models and execute on them.

              1. Meet complexity with simplicity.

              Networks are becoming more complex; more elements – soft and hard – are involved in each network service provided, but the answer to managing things is not to throw more operations people at the complexities. Automation is needed. And that needs to be driven from all the places you have network data that can be collected and correlated for automated decision making.

              1. Expect network quality issues to increase.

              We said this last year but in the context of complex networks, customers are very sensitive to perceived network quality and a world more and more depending on mobile data services and bearers, means that problems need to be detected fast – issues mitigated quick and reported upon. Customers will not call customer care anymore – they churn. Proactivity essential, data driven decisions and automation a critical must for telcos.

              1. Learn new tricks.

              Telcos need to know how to use mediation to support Big Data initiatives. This means telcos need to recruit data scientists. This is a bigger challenge than it sounds, not least because they have to realize that data scientists can only be effective if they can get hold of the correct data in the correct way, correct way; mediation has an essential part to play in ensuring data collection, integration and equally important data quality for the scientists so they can execute on it.

              Editors and analysts are encouraged to quote Lars’ predictions as published above should they wish to do so. Should you wish to interview Lars on any or all of his thoughts, please use the contact information below.


               

              About DigitalRoute

              DigitalRoute has been providing new approaches to data integration and management since 1999. Its technology offers high throughput and provides a unique degree of user configurability, processing all usage and statistical data extracted from the networks, including both billable and non-billable events. This means customers gain greater cost efficiencies, improved times-to-market for new service offerings, the ability to monetize any data, and the means to enhance end-customer satisfaction. DigitalRoute makes network events available to the right systems in the right formats in the most appropriate volumes at the required times, without losing a single bit. This is the foundation from which multiple, mission-critical use-cases can be addressed in the areas of Billing Mediation, OSS Mediation, Online Control and Enterprise Data Processing.

              Over 350 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute technology to meet their data management needs, including a number of OEM partners who use our platform as a central part of their own offerings. DigitalRoute is built on the core values of Expertise, Open-Mindedness and Commitment. With close to 200 employees, the company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with regional offices in Gothenburg, Atlanta and Kuala Lumpur. DigitalRoute is a venture-backed, privately-held company.

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              DigitalRoute Announces
              Record Results for 2017 

              September 1, 2018
              11:29
                by Renée Strömberg
                Marketing
                Phone:

                DigitalRoute Announces Record Results for 2017 as Company Establishes Role as a Leading Change Enabler Across Vertical Industries

                DigitalRoute, the leading provider of Data integration and Data Management solutions globally, has announced its year-end financial results for 2017.  The twelve months ending in December saw revenue growth of 25% and EBIT margins of over 15%, despite sometimes volatile operating conditions, as the company’s addressable markets continued to diversify successfully. DigitalRoute’s 2017 growth establishes the company as a leading enabler of digital transformations and consumption based business models in 2018 and beyond.

                2017 highlights
                Highlights of the year included 45 new customers being added to DigitalRoute’s client list of over 360 customers - and over 450 deployments of its technology globally. DigitalRoute’s partnership with SAP again went from strength to strength as the two companies’ joint solutions in the areas of both billing and Big Data were deployed in a growing number of different vertical industries. Key wins in diverse verticals, ranging from utilities, healthcare, financial services and travel, transport and logistics (TTL), underlined DigitalRoute’s capability in meeting a range of critical enterprise challenges in the process of optimizing digital assets or monetizing new business models.

                Annual growth
                Over the last decade, DigitalRoute has experienced 16% compound annual growth. Both its 2017 order intake and revenues reached record levels for the company. Consolidating this success, last year DigitalRoute made a number of significant leadership changes including the addition of Andreas Zartmann as Chief Executive Officer and Stephen Bryant as Chief Technology Officer. Zartmann and Bryant are overseeing the continuing evolution of DigitalRoute technology towards the new business model and service delivery mechanisms (such as Cloud and the Internet of Things) that are mission critical in enterprise markets.

                In DigitalRoute’s offering towards the telco market there was the uptake of the company’s OSS Mediation product, by two global Tier 1 carrier groups. In 2018, the drive towards IT transformation and digitization will command an increasing need for DigitalRoute’s technology in the new connected economy. DigitalRoute is strongly positioned for continued future growth as an increasing number of industries will leverage its technology as their businesses are digitized. 

                DigitalRoute CEO Andreas Zartmann said: “DigitalRoute’s 2017 performance is genuinely exciting. We continue to outperform the market as a whole, we see a confidence in both our products and our industry expertise and the nature of change in the market towards digitization casts our technology as an increasingly important component of future success.”

                Zartmann concluded: “2017, while enormously successful, can be expected in time to be seen as just a starting point for the growing role DigitalRoute is likely to play as an enabler of digital commerce.”


                 

                About DigitalRoute

                DigitalRoute has been providing new approaches to data integration and management since 1999. Its technology offers high throughput and provides a unique degree of user configurability, processing all usage and statistical data extracted from the networks, including both billable and non-billable events. This means customers gain greater cost efficiencies, improved times-to-market for new service offerings, the ability to monetize any data, and the means to enhance end-customer satisfaction. DigitalRoute makes network events available to the right systems in the right formats in the most appropriate volumes at the required times, without losing a single bit. This is the foundation from which multiple, mission-critical use-cases can be addressed in the areas of Billing Mediation, OSS Mediation, Online Control and Enterprise Data Processing.

                Over 350 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute technology to meet their data management needs, including a number of OEM partners who use our platform as a central part of their own offerings. DigitalRoute is built on the core values of Expertise, Open-Mindedness and Commitment. With close to 200 employees, the company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with regional offices in Gothenburg, Atlanta and Kuala Lumpur. DigitalRoute is a venture-backed, privately-held company.

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                Mobile World in Flux as
                Sweeping Change Takes Hold

                September 1, 2018
                11:29
                  by Renée Strömberg
                  Marketing
                  Phone:

                  DigitalRoute sees changing tides at Mobile World Congress 2018 

                  Enablement solutions globally, has published its Telco Industry 2018 Predictions. Vice President Global Solutions, Lars Månsson, traditionally offers his views on which topics he thinks will headline in the year ahead. For 2018, Lars anticipates the following trends as bening those telcos should take note of:

                  The mobile industry has reached a pivotal point
                  DigitalRoute, the leading independent provider of Enterprise Data Integration and Management Solutions globally, believes that the mobile industry has reached a pivotal point, with sweeping changes highlighted at the annual Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona this month. For one, the days of MWC as an exclusively Telco-focused event appear to be over. Digital transformation was main topic of conversation – with input from multiple market verticals. Additionally, telcos were focused on the evolution from CSP to DSP and the related, vital honing in on data, data and more data. Discussions and presentations at MWC 2018 were dominated by themes such as 5G networking and services, virtualization and the Cloud, and the Internet of Things, all of which promise a radical departure from traditional telco business models.

                  Questions of both infrastructure and services came particularly to the fore as CSPs collectively seek to digitize their businesses; one keynote speaker even suggested that not taking such a step effectively means ‘you will die’ and, after almost 20 years working with CSPs, it is clear that they are CSPs today but may choose to be different types of businesses in the future. But while the need may be clear, the Use Cases that will drive transformation are less so. One subject consistently raised in Barcelona, particularly in relation to 5G, was “what do we do when we get there?” It’s clear that the Use Cases which will drive transformation have yet to fully emerge.

                  Similiarly, there’s considerable enthusiasm for the Internet of Things, an opportunity for the Communications Service Provider, but there’s far less clarity on exactly what that opportunity is, in connectivity or beyond?  While keen to avoid the failures of 3G (where telcos did not create revenue opportunities as they had originally envisaged on top of massive investments in spectrum and infrastructure) operators are collectively struggling to articulate an IoT vision beyond that of pipe provider.

                  DigitalRoute believes one option may be the development and provision of a ‘smart’, or ‘value added’ pipe. Additionally, with reliance on partners almost certain, IoT (and 5G) are likely to see the development of extensive new partner ecosystems which bring questions of integration and information capture and exchange to the fore if they are to function optimally. DigitalRoute also believes that opening up more of the network to IoT enterprises and service providers is a clear opportunity to differentiate for 4G and 5G networks.

                  Commented DigitalRoute chief technology officer Stephen Bryant: “It was abundantly clear in Barcelona that we have a leading role to play in helping CSPs realize the value of network and infrastructure investment and innovation. In the digital economy, each expects a personalized and tailored experience. DigitalRoute’s core strength lies in taking high velocity and large volumes of data and turning it into perfected information about an end user or assets. We help our customers to create the perfected information as a basis for service monetization, optimizing their network and costs by predicting the future and making real-time decisions for personalized experiences in environments where there is a high cost of errors and data loss is not an option.”

                  DigitalRoute’s CEO, Andreas Zartmann added: “In addition to observing and discussing market drivers that are closely matched to DigitalRoute technology, we were delighted by the interest shown in both our products and our product roadmap by customers and prospects alike. With Use Cases we already have in deployment, particularly in OSS Mediation, as well as those related to enabling technology change to become a functioning reality, it is clear that significant opportunities are on our horizon.”


                   

                  About DigitalRoute

                  DigitalRoute has been providing new approaches to data integration and management since 1999. Its technology offers high throughput and provides a unique degree of user configurability, processing all usage and statistical data extracted from the networks, including both billable and non-billable events. This means customers gain greater cost efficiencies, improved times-to-market for new service offerings, the ability to monetize any data, and the means to enhance end-customer satisfaction. DigitalRoute makes network events available to the right systems in the right formats in the most appropriate volumes at the required times, without losing a single bit. This is the foundation from which multiple, mission-critical use-cases can be addressed in the areas of Billing Mediation, OSS Mediation, Online Control and Enterprise Data Processing.

                  Over 350 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute technology to meet their data management needs, including a number of OEM partners who use our platform as a central part of their own offerings. DigitalRoute is built on the core values of Expertise, Open-Mindedness and Commitment. With close to 200 employees, the company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with regional offices in Gothenburg, Atlanta and Kuala Lumpur. DigitalRoute is a venture-backed, privately-held company.

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                  Fortum Deploys DigitalRoute Technology 

                  September 1, 2018
                  11:29
                    by Renée Strömberg
                    Marketing
                    Phone:

                    DigitalRoute Enables Real Move Thailand to Drive Bundled Service Offers 

                    DigitalRoute, the leading provider of Data Integration and management solutions globally, has announced that its MediationZone product is being deployed by Real Move, the mobile subsidiary of Thailand’s leading multi-play operator True Corporation, to enable the launch of enhanced bundled service offers across its fixed, mobile, Internet, digital and satellite networks.

                    The new deployment, one in a series of recent customer wins, underlines DigitalRoute’s rapid growth in the Asia Pacific region.

                    In this latest deployment, DigitalRoute is delivering a convergent offline and real-time processing with Billing Mediation solution, which enables the operator to take a strategic approach to maximizing the value of its multi-play offering.

                    Real Move, the only one in its domestic market to offer multi-play services, required a solution that would further enhance its ability to differentiate itself from its competitors by packaging different services delivered over its various networks at much larger volumes and able to support faster times to market. It selected DigitalRoute technology due to its flexibility, performance, lower total cost of ownership and short time-to-market.

                    The first phase of implementation, supporting a new 4G network, was completed by the joint team in a record time of only four months. The entire project was completed by the Autumn.

                    DigitalRoute’s solution delivers a single, central data integration and management component for Real Move and other operators that need to synchronize usage flows and then monetize the data coming from multiple incoming sources. It acts as hub wherein the data is pre-processed before converged records are sent downstream to billing and other applications.

                    Used by over 350 telcos and other enterprises worldwide, including deployments through our partners, MediationZone Convergent Mediation provides a proven approach to solving any convergent market offering.

                    RealMove’s enhanced capability for its multi-play packages is seen as an important advance:  "We know that service bundling meets inherent customer demand and that convergent big data capable mediation is central to meeting it. As such, DigitalRoute technology is a key strategic asset in our future success" said the IT Director Khun Pichit Thanyodom at Real Move.

                    DigitalRoute CEO Andreas Zartmann notes: “Our reputation as the global market leader in convergent mediation has been proven over 16 plus years. We are delighted not only that telcos continue to turn to us to support innovation in this area but, as networks become more complex and diverse, to also count on us for solutions to other challenges like OSS Mediation and Policy Control.”

                    Zartmann added: “I am also delighted to welcome Real Move to our family of customers. This cements the fact that over the past twelve months, usage of our technology to address multiple Use Cases in Asia is continuing to rapidly gain pace among market leaders and innovators.”


                     

                    About DigitalRoute

                    DigitalRoute has been providing new approaches to data integration and management since 1999. Its technology offers high throughput and provides a unique degree of user configurability, processing all usage and statistical data extracted from the networks, including both billable and non-billable events. This means customers gain greater cost efficiencies, improved times-to-market for new service offerings, the ability to monetize any data, and the means to enhance end-customer satisfaction. DigitalRoute makes network events available to the right systems in the right formats in the most appropriate volumes at the required times, without losing a single bit. This is the foundation from which multiple, mission-critical use-cases can be addressed in the areas of Billing Mediation, OSS Mediation, Online Control and Enterprise Data Processing.

                    Over 350 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute technology to meet their data management needs, including a number of OEM partners who use our platform as a central part of their own offerings. DigitalRoute is built on the core values of Expertise, Open-Mindedness and Commitment. With close to 200 employees, the company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with regional offices in Gothenburg, Atlanta and Kuala Lumpur. DigitalRoute is a venture-backed, privately-held company.

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                    DigitalRoute Deployed for OSS Mediation with Tier-1 Service Provider in the Americas

                    September 1, 2018
                    11:29
                      by Renée Strömberg
                      Marketing
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                      NEWCON and DigitalRoute offer OSS/BSS Integration Layer Based on MediationZone Technology

                      DigitalRoute, the leading provider of data integration solutions globally and NEWCON, a new kind of management and IT consultancy, have jointly announced the expansion of their already long-running and successful partnership through the immediate availability of NEWCON’s OSS/BSS Integration Layer™.

                      The NEWCON OSS/BSS Integration Layer™ is a highly flexible, modular designed product consisting of a core layer and plugged-in product extensions. The products are further extended by a toolset supporting the implementation and operation phase like an Intuitive User Interface (Full Control+), a Testing Framework, an Audit and Control Module and several additional features. Examples of Product Extensions, which stretch across the OSS and BSS Domains, include: Online Charging, Service Provisioning, Interconnect- and Wholesale- Rating & Billing Platform and Performance Management.

                      As the name ‘Integration Layer’ already indicates, a wide range of telecommunication standard interfaces are natively supported. This covers standard protocols such as Radius, Diameter and Web Services as well as predefined libraries to various system vendors’ products (i.e. NSN, Huawei, Alcatel) Database Connectors and several others.

                      NEWCON, which has led the deployment of DigitalRoute’s MediationZone Billing Mediation product at a number of leading European Telcos, including some of the continent’s largest Tier-1 operators over recent years, has deep experience in leveraging data integration technology. This offers considerable benefits to its customers. Presently, the new OSS/BSS Integration Layer is in the process of being used to integrate and manage usage records within the monetization stream by a central European Operator.

                      Said Gerald Haidl, Founder & CEO, NEWCON: “Our work with DigitalRoute over a number of years has delivered documented value to telcos in areas such as monetization, policy, Customer Experience Management and performance optimization. With the immediate availability of the OSS/BSS Integration Layer, CSPs now have access to a solution that addresses a number of critical challenges in areas such as churn reduction, network management and Customer Experience that can be quickly and easily deployed to make significant improvements to the bottom line. It also enables telcos to gain more value from their data.”

                      Added Johan Bergh, CEO, DigitalRoute: “I am delighted to see our important partnership with NEWCON gain new momentum and to enhance our joint ability to better serve the needs of the telco community. These are changing times in the industry as carriers transition from being CSPs to DSPs. This is a shift that highlights the growing importance of how data is captured and used within the business. Together, DigitalRoute and NEWCON are addressing a key strategic need.”


                       

                      About DigitalRoute

                      DigitalRoute has been providing new approaches to data integration and management since 1999. Its technology offers high throughput and provides a unique degree of user configurability, processing all usage and statistical data extracted from the networks, including both billable and non-billable events. This means customers gain greater cost efficiencies, improved times-to-market for new service offerings, the ability to monetize any data, and the means to enhance end-customer satisfaction. DigitalRoute makes network events available to the right systems in the right formats in the most appropriate volumes at the required times, without losing a single bit. This is the foundation from which multiple, mission-critical use-cases can be addressed in the areas of Billing Mediation, OSS Mediation, Online Control and Enterprise Data Processing.

                      Over 350 leading companies worldwide use DigitalRoute technology to meet their data management needs, including a number of OEM partners who use our platform as a central part of their own offerings. DigitalRoute is built on the core values of Expertise, Open-Mindedness and Commitment. With close to 200 employees, the company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with regional offices in Gothenburg, Atlanta and Kuala Lumpur. DigitalRoute is a venture-backed, privately-held company.