Lifecycle Software has partnered with Microsoft that will see the company use the Microsoft cloud across its solutions.
The company will use Microsoft Azure to offer high levels of speed, resilience, security and reliability in its Business Support Systems (BSS) and charging solutions.
Speaking on the partnership, Kelvin Chaffer, CEO at Lifecycle said, “The relationship with Microsoft and with its cloud, Azure, will enable us to keep our software future-ready by design.
He stressed further that, “This will help our customers with billing and charging, maintaining a competitive edge and setting them up for sustained growth. This will ultimately help them to increase revenue per user.”
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Michael Wignall, business lead for Azure, Microsoft UK, added, “Given the critical nature of Lifecycle’s BSS and charging solutions to telecoms operators across the globe, ensuring resilience, speed, security and reliability is vital to building and maintaining customer trust.
“By moving to Azure, Lifecycle can ensure that telecoms companies can unlock true innovation and develop secure and responsive solutions that support their customers’ changing media habits.”
Lifecycle will use Azure to support applications, including BSS, CCS and event intelligence. Lifecycle’s customers include Plusnet, Smarty, Three UK, OnOff and Ecotalk.