Neostratus, the cloud enabler for service providers is delighted to announce its first Telco partnership in Africa, with Mauritian mobile operator Emtel. The deal has been realised in cooperation with Bamboozle, Neostratus’ strategic partner in the Middle-East.
Guest post from Sophie Papasavva, Partner at EMFC Loan Syndications, on cloud potential for telcos in emerging markets.
Neostratus is happy to share the excellent read from our highly respected loan banker contact, Sophie Papasavva, who has outstanding expertise in dealing with businesses in emerging markets. Her article provides practical advice for telcos on how to monetise cloud services for SMEs to provide significant revenue growth, reduce customer churn and raise ARPU.
Strategic partner Orixcom will help setting up cloud hub in Dubai to serve the Middle East and Africa area.
After 4.5 years of operations in Europe, Neostratus (formerly CE On-Demand) is expanding to the Middle East and Africa to achieve the strong business potential for cloud services available in the region. Through a recently announced strategic partnership with telecommunications company Orixcom, Neostratus is creating a localised hub of cloud services for the company’s operations in the MEA region. The combination of Orixcom’s existing services and local expertise with Neostratus’ leading technology and cloud enablement capabilities provides a new and innovative proposition for the Middle East and Africa that will increase productivity and improve agility for businesses in the area.
Exclusive read from Viktor Kovács (CE On-Demand) and Sophie Papasavva (EM Finance Consulting) as appeared on Africa Telecom and IT site.
Telecom operators in the African continent should embrace the cloud, as it enables exciting value added services to become available on feature phones, at significantly lower costs and with fast go-to-market results, say Viktor Kovács, and Sophie Papasavva.