MTC-Vodafone (Bahrain) selects Trintech's PayWare for mobile top-up platform
05 April 2004 | 1571 views | 0
Trintech Group Plc (NASDAQ: TTPA: Prime Standard: TTP), a leading provider of transaction management and payment infrastructure solutions, today announced that MTC-Vodafone (Bahrain), the Kingdom's newest GSM operator, has gone live with Trintech's PayWare PrePay recharge platform. The industry-leading platform was integrated by International Turnkey Solutions (ITS), Trintech's partner in the Middle East and Africa.
Trintech's PayWare PrePay will play an important role in automating MTC-Vodafone's prepaid services 'eeZee' and eeZee Xtra, ensuring a fast, cost-effective, yet secure mobile top-up. PayWare PrePay dramatically reduces the need for scratch cards and increases revenue per customer.
"Our priority as a supplier of mobile phone services in such a fast-moving market is to provide quick, reliable, flexible and yet secure services to our customers," says Khalid Muhtadi, Chief Operations Officer for Customer Care, IT and Billing at MTC-Vodafone Bahrain. "Mobile phone prepaid services are the backbone of our product offering and we are confident that Trintech and ITS have delivered a platform that enables us to provide a more efficient and cost-effective range of top-up services for our customers."
"We are very pleased that MTC-Vodafone (Bahrain), has chosen Trintech and ITS to supply proven prepaid technology," says Eamon Keating, General Manager of Trintech's Retail Division. "Our relationship with ITS has ensured that our first deployment of PayWare PrePay was successful. Our PayWare PrePay platform is ideally suited to the emerging needs of this region as it provides security, flexibility and scalability."
"We believe there is a large and growing demand for the types of solutions Trintech provides in the Middle East and North Africa," says Dr. Costas Constantinidis at ITS. "We have extensive experience in the region and the industry and we look forward to a long and fruitful working relationship with Trintech."