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Comviva and N-able join hands to create new opportunities around digital services in Sri Lanka


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Comviva, the global leader in mobility solutions has joined hands with N-able Ltd. as local strategic alliance partner to catalyse digital services in Sri Lanka.

As part of this alliance, N-able will leverage Comviva’s innovative offerings to the telecom service providers in Sri Lanka, through its Digital Services Delivery Platform (DSDP). The collaboration will provide operators with big data driven real-time marketing solutions to generate actionable customer insights. The digital services suite will offer customers a multi-channel and consistent experience across any device and network. 

The DSDP will empower mobile operators to move beyond mere connectivity and embrace new growth opportunities in digital services. In addition, Comviva’s Enterprise Messaging Platform will provide an omni-channel customer engagement.

N-able CEO Peter D’Almeida said: “What I find most exciting about our alliance with Comviva, is that through their relevant and contextual digital services, we can capture and monetise the intent rich ‘micro-moments’ of customers: to learn, to act on a need, to discover, to watch or to buy. We become part of real-time customer journeys when decisions are made, and preferences are shaped.”

Comviva Technologies VP and Market Unit Head (SAARC) Tanveer Mahmood said: “We are very excited to appoint N-able as our strategic alliance partner for Sri Lanka. We are confident that N-able will deliver our cutting-edge solutions in areas such as analytics and big data, digital services and enterprise messaging, to create personalised, contextual journeys for mobile subscribers, creating more meaningful customer experiences.” 

Comviva’s solutions are deployed by over 130 mobile service providers and financial institutions in over 95 countries and enrich the lives of over two billion people to deliver a better future. With over 15 years of presence in the SAARC region working with major operators like Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Airtel, Grameenphone, Banglalink, Robi, Nepal Telecom, etc. Comviva has gained extensive market presence, serving over 11 telecom operators across three countries with over 25 deployments in the region.


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