Optiva, GDi partnership to deliver integrated BSS and OSS

Optiva, GDi partnership to deliver integrated BSS and OSS

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Optiva has announced a strategic go-to-market partnership with GDi that will provide communication service providers (CSPs) with pre-integrated and tested BSS and OSS software.

As the telecom industry embraces GenAI opportunities, unifying and integrating billing and charging customer data with network management and operations support data has never been more critical. The partnership will enable rapid time to market for innovative new services for joint clients and optimize the upgrade and modernization of legacy BSS and OSS systems to meet customer expectations and improve operational efficiencies.

Together, Optiva and GDi provide development frameworks, the ability to integrate with existing systems and third-party applications, pre-built connectors, TM Forum Open APIs and standardized protocols. This will facilitate seamless data exchange and interoperability while fully complying with industry regulations and data security standards.

“GDi and Optiva are joining forces to bring CSPs best-of-breed comprehensive OSS/BSS and implement IT support systems faster and more efficiently with all needed functionalities. The collaboration opens doors for many future joint projects, further enhancing the range of solutions available to CSPs. This partnership is driven by a shared commitment to innovation and customer success in the telecommunications industry,” said Dominik Periskic, Executive Director of Product Management & Marketing of GDi.
“Optiva is partnering with GDi to offer our customers the maximum value of integrated and tested modern BSS and OSS software. It has never been more important to launch, operate and scale in the most efficient and customer-centric manner, and our partnership empowers our customers to achieve those goals,” said Michele Campriani, CRO of Optiva.

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