Netia is a leading Polish independent, fixedline telephony operator. It operates on the basis of its own state-of-the-art fiber-optic backbone network which covers all major Polish cities (5,000 km long) as well as using local access networks. Netia provides a wide range of fixedline telecommunications services including voice, data transmission & Internet access, and wholesale network services. Netia‘s goal is to become the service provider of preference for broadband services, and to deliver growth by establishing the Company as the leader in the rapidly expanding Polish broadband market.
In 2004, Comarch signed an agreement for the delivery of Comarch InterPartner Billing system to Netia SA in Poland. The project goal was to handle Netia’s interconnect agreements and manage the end-to-end processing path: starting from data loading from mediation, rating, billing and reporting with respect to multi dial-plans, integration with GL and external sources of reference data.
Comarch IPB is ready to handle wholesale, revenue sharing and third-party billing with the possibility to implement various business scenarios such as:
The project started in November 2004 and first settlements were produced in June 2005. The implemented solution covers:
Implemented functionalities include:
Comarch IPB was chosen due to the fact that it is able to process millions of CDRs monthly. Comarch IPB was implemented in a timely manner and delivered a comprehensive set of functionalities, covering the current and future needs of Netia SA.
Benefits for Netia included:
"Comarch provided us with two great aspects: a proactive approach to our needs and excellent solutions. This proactive approach enabled us to rapidly start agreements handling and Comarch solution has been recognized as extremely flexible at handling not only current needs but also new services and business scenarios within the rapidly evolving telecom market."
Robert Kipczak, Project Manager
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