Orga Systems top-listed second on Avea's half-year evaluation
Remarkable achievement results in win-2-win case
Striving for customer experience
Avea has a nationwide customer base of 12.5 million, offering services to 97.4% of Turkey's population through its next generation network. Having roaming agreements with 656 operators in 201 countries, the company continues to expand its roaming partnerships and global footprint. Throughout the years of partnership Orga Systems has been focusing on improving and guaranteeing high-quality products and services, achieving remarkable results – all in the interest of the customer.
Reliability as the highest priority
Improving processes, performance and understanding customer’s needs while supporting them is Orga Systems’ essential approach. For Avea, a constantly growing company heavily investing in technology and infrastructure, a partner’s reliability has utmost priority. “We are satisfied with the support and deliveries of Orga Systems. We wish that our 11 years of cooperation and partnership will continue and flourish to assure outstanding services for our subscribers”, Nazim Efe, Billing and Charging Solutions Director at Avea.
First-class tailored support beyond installation
With its trendsetting real-time solutions, Orga Systems has been analyzed in Project Performance, Technical Support and in many other crucial aspects, its’ professional consulting services optimizing business planning and system operation. Orga Systems’ outstanding consultancy services deliver end-to-end support and assists customers in planning, use and operation of their application landscape and technical environment. Continuous cooperation and modular services support clients throughout the entire solution life cycle improving planning reliability, reducing risks and increase profitability. The services are targeted to the areas of IT infrastructure, software development and experts know how.
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