Business dynamics and economic growth combined with strong potential in the fast developing SME market drive the need for cloud services in the Gulf region and highlight the untapped opportunity to offer integrated solutions. We have received very positive feedback in our discussions with a number of leading telecom companies in UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia about our portfolio and capabilities to enable them not only to providing compelling service offerings but also to support th…
Christian HessBusiness Development DirectorNeostratus

    Cloud Services Manager allows full white-label partner customization to help Service Provider partners function as cloud providers on their own, selling under their own and trusted brand. White-labelling includes private-branded user interfaces, publications, custom workflows, APIs.

    Let your customers enjoy the benefits of cloud in their own language, using their own local currency and adhering to your country’s legal requirements.


    Cloud Services Manager is fully intergrated into Service Providers’ OSS and BSS systems. It also provides a simple, modular integration with Service Provider partner’s or 3rd party services.

    Integration with your Operations Support Systems will help you manage,  administer and maintain your new cloud services within the network systems you are accustomed to.

    Integration with your Business Support Systems will help your customers manage all bills and payments from one single gateway.


    Cloud Services Manager is a software platform that facilitates the integration of any number of cloud services and enables their monetisation.

    Cloud Services Manager was developed to address weaknesses of off-the-shelf control panel software and to scale up to millions of users across hundreds of partners with differentiated business models.


    Cloud Services Manager was inherently designed to provide the most convenient management platform for Service Providers, which includes an administration hierarchy that allows customers to delegate responsibilities between users, company administrators, resellers and partners.

    Service Providers have the privilege to assign different roles and rights to the separate user levels.