MATRIXX Software Delivers 5G-Compliant Charging System Enabling Telcos to Monetize 5G Services

MATRIXX Software, an innovation powerhouse committed to transforming global commerce, today introduced the industry´s first 5G digital commerce platform including a 5G 3GPP-compliant Converged Charging System (CCS), the company said.

As 5G rolls out, Communication Service Providers (CSPs) are transforming their legacy billing and charging systems, ensuring they can fully monetize their network investments across consumer and enterprise while leveraging emerging devices and the Internet of Things (IoT). CSPs need 5G-ready solutions now so they can introduce new services and business models quickly and easily, an essential need in competitive markets and an imperative for full-scale 5G deployments.

MATRIXX Software is at the forefront of enabling CSPs to rapidly launch new services and fueling network agility with an all-digital, product-first approach. Using MATRIXX Digital Commerce, many CSPs, including Telstra, Swisscom, Orange Poland, Vodafone New Zealand, Ooredoo and Zain, have gained traction and market share by quickly upgrading their monetization platforms and launching new business models and service offerings.

The newly released MATRIXX Digital Commerce Platform delivers operational efficiencies and cost benefits by harnessing microservices and containers orchestrated with Kubernetes. It features open-source Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) components with web scale advantages enabling platform independence.

MATRIXX Software provides next-generation, cloud native digital commerce solutions that transform how companies do business. Serving many of the world´s largest communications companies, IoT players and emerging digital service providers, MATRIXX is committed to delivering a modern commerce platform that easily scales to support global marketplaces and consumption-based services. Through its relentless commitment to product excellence and customer success, MATRIXX empowers businesses to reinvent themselves and succeed as digital leaders.