TPG Telecom, MATRIXX partner to power 4G and 5G monetisation


Wednesday, 05 May, 2021

TPG Telecom, MATRIXX partner to power 4G and 5G monetisation

TPG Telecom has partnered with MATRIXX Software to build a flexible, agile service capable of delivering real-time innovation to meet consumer demand. TPG Telecom operates a number of mobile and internet brands including Vodafone, TPG, AAPT, Internode, Lebara and iiNet, providing consumers with a portfolio of fixed and mobile products in the Australian telecommunications market.

With its 5G rollout progressing across major Australian cities, TPG Telecom aims to cement its place as a strong force for its customers. As 5G becomes mainstream, TPG Telecom seeks to unlock new opportunities and offerings for customers.

Rob James, Group Chief Digital & Information Officer of TPG Telecom, said the MATRIXX platform will enable the company to rapidly innovate and experiment with new monetisation models across all of its brands.

“At TPG Telecom, the investments we make are designed to provide immediate benefit to our customers today, with an eye towards how we can unlock new opportunities tomorrow,” said James.

Implemented as part of a full digital transformation program, MATRIXX Digital Commerce Platform enables TPG Telecom to be more commercially competitive, while reducing costs associated with legacy infrastructure.

Easwaren Siva, General Manager (Strategy & Architecture) of TPG Telecom, said MATRIXX enables the company to consolidate and transform 4G and 5G service monetisation by moving to a single real-time platform that’s integrated with TPG Telecom’s network.

“We started with the ambition to consolidate multiple mobile rating platforms whilst still operating as Vodafone Hutchison Australia. Having merged with TPG Corporation to form TPG Telecom, using MATRIXX has further enabled us to ensure all our brands have access to a common rating platform,” said Siva.

With the first phase completed, MATRIXX is live for Vodafone-branded prepaid services. Later phases of the transformation program will see TPG Telecom migrating mobile postpaid rating across its portfolio of brands, in addition to MVNO, wholesale and enabling standalone 5G charging.

“We are thrilled to be able to help bring TPG Telecom’s vision of improved commercial agility and greater customer experience. Helping to transform how TPG Telecom monetises today, while giving them a powerful and highly configurable monetisation platform for their future innovation, speaks to the core of what we do best — empowering our customers, so that they can empower theirs,” said Glo Gordon, MATRIXX CEO.

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