CommProve signs distributor agreement with Jasco Group
INDUSTRY| July 30, 2012, 10:30 a.m.
CommProve, a leading provider of network monitoring and business solutions for mobile networks, is today announcing a distributor agreement with the Jasco Group in Africa.
Jasco Group focuses on three vertical segments: ICT, Industry and Energy solutions and the company has a national footprint across Africa. “Africa is a very important market for us and we’re pleased to be partnering with Jasco with their extensive experience in the region,” said Dr. Lars Pedersen, CommProve CEO. “Today’s announcement is a demonstration of our commitment to Africa and we look forward to working with Jasco to further support our customers as needed.”
“CommProve is a leader in real-time monitoring solutions and we’re excited to be signing the agreement with them to support mobile network operators more widely in the region,” said Mark van Vuuren, MD of Jasco ICT.
CommProve’s portfolio includes its real-time data acquisition and mediation platform, CommProve NetLedge as well as the CommProve Insight application suite which collects and analyzes network usage information and integrates it with business rules and subscriber data to enable operators to maximize both customer satisfaction and profitability.
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