Optiva and Vodacom Tanzania deepen ties

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Optiva and Vodacom Tanzania have expanded their partnership.

The multiyear agreement enables Vodacom Tanzania to upgrade its current platform and support and take another step toward leveraging Optiva’s BSS architecture.

This expansion and upgrade allow them to quickly launch new, flexible and personalised products and services engineered to capture additional market share and deliver enhanced customer experiences.

Danielle Royston, CEO of Optiva, said: “We are thankful for our continued partnership with Vodacom Tanzania and their trust in us to extend our relationship long-term. By working closely with our customers to understand their business, our focus on customer success helps them to grow their subscriber base and win in their markets. Add the game-changing advantage of moving to the cloud with its promise of 80% lower total cost of ownership, and it’s a winning combination.”

Hisham Hendi, CEO of Vodacom Tanzania, addd: “Optiva and Vodacom Tanzania have been long-standing partners, and this agreement further strengthens our ties. Optiva’s solutions, with the leading cloud-native architecture, and our close working collaboration allow us to capture the market opportunities faster and stay ahead of our competition.”

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