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Cyta Cyprus Selects Intrasoft Int’l for Digital Transformation Program

July 9, 2018
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Intrasoft International, the global ICT company, has been selected by Cyta Cyprus after a rigorous tendering process, in order to support the telecom company with its digital transformation mandate.

In an announcement released on Monday, Intrasoft said the newly signed contract marks the onset of a new collaboration that will see Intrasoft playing a key role in the modernisation of Cyta’s Marketing Capabilities and Customer Service Experience through a series of technological state-of-the-art upgrades. Cyta’s BSS legacy systems will be replaced by new enhanced systems for a seamless overall experience. The contract covers a range of systems including CRM, Billing, Middleware and other satellite systems.

Mr. Alexandros Manos, Managing Director of Intrasoft International commented: “We are very pleased to put our deep understanding of current and future needs of the telecommunication operators to work for Cyta Cyprus, where it will be leveraged to deploy a modern BSS ecosystem to advance customer experience and achieve operational efficiency.”

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