The renewed partnership comes in timely as Telstra is investing in 5G to provide for consumers, SMBs, and enterprises.
As Telstra works on its deployment of 5G standalone, the telco tasked Matrixx Software to support the development of new revenue streams, services, and business models.
Telstra product enablement technology executive Shailin Sehgal says the telco was developing its 5G network to deliver the next generation of products and services.
“Matrixx Software has been delivering mission-critical capabilities for Telstra since 2014. We look forward to continuing our journey together with them as a charging provider for both our current T22 and our emerging transformation initiatives,” Sehgal says.
The Matrixx platform has been optimised in response to Telstra’s needs, supporting Telstra’s postpaid services on its 4G/LTE and 5G non-standalone network.
The new agreement will see Matrixx extend its support of Telstra in its mission to reduce complexity, improve customer experiences, and capitalise on 5G infrastructure investments.
This will include the deployment of cloud native, agile monetisation platforms to take advantage of the programmability, dynamic capacity and rich information that 5G core networks provide.
Matrixx’s partnership with Telstra will also expand to include the use of its 5G converged charging system (CCS) to enable monetisation of new 5G services across consumer, SMB, IoT and enterprise services.
“Together with their team, we have continually innovated to deliver to their strategic initiatives for digital transformation and improved customer experience,” Matrixx Software CEO Glo Gordon says. “In this expansion, we look forward to helping Telstra move beyond the limitations of time and volume-based pricing and unlock the value of their 5G investments.”
Powered by Matrixx’s cloud native architecture, Telstra will now be using Matrixx’s Digital Commerce to serve both 4G and 5G services on a single platform.
With its click-not-code configuration for business rules and use cases, Matrixx will empower Telstra to drive new revenue from its 5G network investments.