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Symsoft
Private
Industry mobile communications
Founded 1989
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden
Key people
Björn Zethraeus, Chairman
Kjell Arvidsson, CEO
Products Service delivery platform
Operator charging solutions
Operator messaging solutions
MVNO solutions
Professional services
Website Symsoft

Symsoft Symsoft is a privately held mobile communications solutions provider specializing in messaging and charging systems for mobile network operators (MNOs), mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) and mobile virtual network enablers (MVNEs). The company’s headquarter is based in Stockholm, Sweden. The company have regional offices for the Americas region in Dallas; USA, for Middle East and Africa in Dubai [1]; UAE and in Singapore for South East Asia.

Offering[edit]

Symsoft is a global supplier of telecommunication solutions for value-added services to telecommunication operators. The company's portfolio includes prepaid solutions, convergent online charging, voice, data and content charging, M2M charging, Advanced Short Message Service Center SMSC, Short message service (SMS), Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) messaging, A2P Messaging, Voucher Management, SMS routing and firewall, USSD gateway and solutions for PCRF and Policy Management. All of Symsoft’s products are based on its service delivery platform the Symsoft Service Delivery Platform (formerly also known as the Nobill Platform).

To support solutions that integrate in existing operator environments Symsoft also offers professional services such as business consultancy, commissioning and installation services, training and solution life-time support.

History[edit]

Symsoft was founded in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1989, to supply charging and messaging solutions to mobile operators. The company was initially founded as a consultancy company but shifted focus in the late 90’s to becom a product and solution provider. The first deployment of the Symsoft SMS real-time charging solution was with TeliaMobile, now TeliaSonera, in Sweden in 1999. Building on the Telia case and other early projects relating to mobile messaging and real-time charging Symsoft launched the Symsoft Service Delivery Platform (formerly known as the Nobill platform). The ambition behind the platform was to speed up delivery of new functionality to enable reuse of functionality between different customer solutions.

As of 2011, Symsoft has +20 years of industry experience in upgrading and replacing legacy systems in the areas of charging and messaging. The company serves mobile operators such as America Móvil, Friendi[2], Polkomtel, Saudi Telecom, Simfonics[3]Telefónica, Telenor[4], Tele2, TeliaSonera,Unify Mobile[5] and 3 in 30+ countries.


References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]Svenska Symsoft letar framgång i Mellanöstern
  2. ^ [2]Symsoft, Friendi deploy Nobill MVNO platform in Jordan Millicom
  3. ^ [3]Symsoft, Simfonics partner on M2M services
  4. ^ [4]Nobill SMS Router from Symsoft enhances existing messaging services at Telenor Sweden
  5. ^ [5]Unify Mobile has selected Symsoft to provide an SMS delivery solution


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