Malta’s GO accelerates time-to-market with Cerillion upgrade

Cerillion announced that GO, Malta’s leading communications services company, has recently gone live with Cerillion 22.2. 

The upgrade was undertaken to gain access to new monetisation capabilities through the addition of Cerillion’s Convergent Charging System and Enterprise Product Catalogue, as well as to benefit from the modern open standards-based architecture including TM Forum certified Open APIs.

By moving to the latest product suite release, GO has future-proofed its Business Support Systems (BSS) and taken advantage of Cerillion’s pre-integrated end-to-end solution to also decommission a number of legacy siloed systems. With Cerillion 22.2, GO is now better equipped to meet the ever-changing needs of its customers, while delivering more innovative services and reducing operational costs.

Cerillion plc (LON:CER) is a leading provider of billing, charging and customer management systems with more than 20 years’ experience delivering its solutions across a broad range of industries including the telecommunications, finance, utilities and transportation sectors.

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