09 January 2018
| Natalie Bannerman
Eniig has signed a three-year contract with Cerillion to develop a new wholesale platform based on its Enterprise BSS/OSS suite.
Commenting on the partnership,
Søren Lindgaard, CEO of Eniig, said: "We chose Cerillion
because of their cooperativeness and flexibility, their record
of accomplishment and because they offered a professional
solution that met our needs and demands. We have already had a
great start to our collaboration, and we are confident that we
together with Cerillion will be able to create a wholesale
platform that will transform us and maybe the industry as we
know it today."
Cerillion, the billing, charging and customer management
systems provider will provide Eniig, the electricity and fibre
provider, with its Enterprise Product Catalogue, CRM Plus,
Revenue Manager, Service Manager and Enterprise Service Bus
modules, as well as a completed managed service as part of the
three year contract.
"The investment required to rollout fibre networks makes it
ideally suited to a wholesale model where multiple retailers
share the same access network, but can still package their own
unique service offerings. Eniig are at the forefront of the
fibre revolution with a strong proposition for their retail
partners, and we are delighted for them to join our growing
base of communications and utilities customers," added Louis
Hall, CEO of Cerillion.
In August 2017, the Danish Business Authority said it was
Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) to 5.28% from 4.16%.
Additionally, Telecompaper reports that the wholesale
price of fibre will rise to DKK 1,006 per year from DKK 874 in
the DONG area. Elsewhere in Denmark, the fibre will rise to DKK
1,495 from DKK 1,185. Copper will increases to DKK 776 per year
from DKK 694 and copper to DKK989 from DKK 897.
As a result, Telia Denmark has increased its prices for some
private broadband customers following new regulations that
came into force 01 January 2018. Prices for certain Telia
Denmark customers are set to raise by 15% and 18%.
Danish Business Authority,