Swiss mobile network operator and 5G pioneer, Sunrise, has deployed Nokia’s cloud-native converged charging software to help it speed up the monetisation of its 5G network.
Sunrise, who was among the first operators in Europe to launch 5G, will use the software to rapidly package, price and promote a wide range of consumer and business services and to future enhance the user experience for the company’s 3.5 million customers.
“We believe in creating intuitive, high-quality experiences for our customers. Nokia’s cloud-native monetisation software enables Sunrise to rapidly launch innovative services for our private and business customers, support emerging use cases enabled by 5G and IoT, and further increase customer loyalty,” said Elmar Grasser, CTO/CIO, Sunrise.
5G enables new business speed, scale and innovation, along with growing demands for premium digital experiences. In the era of digitalisation, this trend touches B2C, B2B and B2B2x business models and sets a new pace for service launches. This calls for agile, highly flexible Business Support Systems (BSS) capabilities.
“5G requires service providers to update not just their networks, but also their operations and business systems. By implementing our Converged Charging solution, Sunrise can improve the customer experience today and cost-efficiently monetise current and future business models,” said Bhaskar Gorti, president of Nokia Software and chief digital officer.