Comviva, the global leader in providing mobile solutions beyond VAS, recently announced that its Mobile Data Platform has won the award for Best New Service at AfricaCOM Awards 2010.
Held at the International Convention Centre in South Africa, AfricaCOM Awards recognizes outstanding achievements in the telecom space across the markets of Africa.
The AfricaCOM Awards is Africa’s only dedicated awards for the telecoms industry and is an integral part of Africa’s leading telecom event, AfricaCOM. AfricaCOM Awards has been recognizing outstanding achievement in the telecom space for 3 years, since the inaugural ceremony in 2008. The Awards have been designed to acknowledge major achievements and successes within the African communications market during the past 12 months.
Expressing his delight at winning an AfricaCOM Award for the second consecutive year, Mr. Manoranjan Mohapatra, CEO Comviva said, “It is wonderful to be acknowledged for our achievements at AfricaCOM Awards, Africa’s premier awards ceremony and communications gathering. The awards are an inspiration to Comviva to continue bringing relevant solutions to the markets of Africa and strive further to innovate in the solutions and business models we develop. This is also an opportunity to acknowledge the fruitful partnerships we have developed with telecom players in 34 countries across Africa – our customers have been tremendous partners for Comviva.”
Comviva’s Mobile Data Platform, the winner of the Best New Service award, enables mobile service providers to handle the growing mobile data challenge – of growing user expectations and rapidly rising data volumes but disproportionate revenue growth. Comviva’s Mobile Data Platform deploys advanced optimization, data management and monetization techniques to enhance the user experience and stimulate revenue growth, whilst realizing bandwidth and capex savings of over 40 per cent*. Comviva’s Mobile Data Platform enables mobile users to experience the true power of the Internet.
*Based on results from multiple operator deployments across three continents.