Middle Eastern Incumbent implements Intelligent Network from the European Computer Telecoms Group (ECT)

Continued worldwide success of ECT products via indirect sales channels

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After legislative deregulation to provide number portability, another large incumbent, this time in the Middle East, has chosen ECT technology and implemented an INtellECT® Next-Generation Intelligent Network. This is another major tender awarded to ECT via an indirect sales partner.

The Number Portability solution is based on ECT´s INtellECT® Next-Generation Intelligent Network (NGIN) interfacing to a fixed-line switching network. This is the third major contract ECT has procured in the Middle East via its new indirect sales partners.

Through its own direct sales in Europe, ECT has achieved outstanding growth and high profitability. New distribution and licensing agreements now allow ECT to augment the direct sales via the worldwide indirect sales of its partners, such as the leading provider of telecommunications solutions, Ericsson.

Under the direction of André von Appen, Vice-President Indirect Sales, ECT has a separate division which encompasses a full range of activities – including sales, pre-sales, project management, implementation and post-sales – needed to ensure that ECT’s partners and their customers receive first-rate support across the entire value chain.

“With this project and this year’s other wins in the Middle East, ECT has now developed a significant footprint in this growing market. This project underscores the successful cooperation between ECT and its sales partners” comments Marshall E. Kavesh, CEO and cofounder of European Computer Telecoms, on the recent success.

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