1Datagroup completes project for Central European Mobile Operator
A large demand for an OMA SyncML solution from many of Opertor’s customers necessitated a very aggressive schedule for delivery of the final product.
The client needed a skilled partner to build a new provisioning product that leveraged the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) SyncML Device Management standard.
The product needed to integrate with the existing suite of Operator products in a seamless fashion.
This integration also needed to be leveraged to deliver more advanced and secure capabilities than other device management products in the marketplace.
"We are excited to have completed the work for Device management App that is creative, innovative and fully met customer expectations. Our contribution continues to be a key component of client’s expansion into the mobile device management market.," said George Polatsidis CEO"
1Datagroup’s extensive experience with both carrier-grade products, SyncML technologies, and unique company focus, led us to be selected from many possible outsourcing providers.
1Datagroup and the Operator worked together using detailed requirements and design process to fully specify every detail of the new Opertor's Secure Device Management product.
Our strong background in J2EE and SyncML allowed us to deliver on all scheduled milestones including final delivery within 11 months.
We were also able to gain OMA SyncML certification for the product only 1 month into the project
Productivity and profitability has increased thanks to an effective document Delivered a new provisioning product for a market-leading provider of solutions for GSM operators. The software complies with SyncML
Device management standard, fully integrates with the client’s other products and offers more reliability than other similar solutions on the marketplace.quires for efficient client and case records management.
Any duplicate data has been completely erased from the client’s network, speeding up productivity and reducing the workload placed on their internal file server and exchange servers.