Neos Networks opts for Cerillion private cloud BSS

Neos Networks opts for Cerillion private cloud BSS

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Neos Networks is to source cloud BSS platform for its UK-wide connectivity business from Cerillion.

The LSE-listed vendor will provide an end-to-end platform to the UK-wide connectivity business following a five-year agreement between the two, initially signed in September 2020.

“As we embark on this key transformation of our business, it is vital we have a trusted partner with a platform that can support not only the products and services we sell today, but also the flexibility and functional headroom to underpin our future growth,” said Chris Akathiotis, CTIO at Neos Networks.

“The Cerillion platform allows us to hit the ground running with an out of the box solution and we’ve been pleased with how easy it has been to work with Cerillion so far.”

Cerillion is implementing a complete solution from lead management through to revenue recognition, utilising the Enterprise Product Catalogue, CRM Plus, Service Manager, Revenue Manager and Business Insights modules from its Enterprise BSS/OSS suite, all deployed in a private cloud.

Neos – which rebranded in March and received additional funding from Infracapital – chose Cerillion for its "proven track record in complex implementations" allowing Neos to benefit from "the best-in-class solution deployment thanks to the pre-integrated and flexible product suite offered by Cerillion".

The vendor counts 90 customer installations across circa 40 countries, with customers including Liberty Global, KDDI and Proximus.

“We have a long history of supporting customers with their complex B2B services, and we’re delighted to be bringing all that experience and expertise to this major transformation project with Neos Networks, signed in September last year,” commented Louis Hall, CEO of Cerillion. “Following recent successes in our international markets, it is also great to pick up another prestigious client here in the UK, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

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