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Ooredoo Algeria taps eServGlobal for payment platform upgrades

Ooredoo Algeria taps eServGlobal for payment platform upgrades

Ooredoo Algeria has extended its contract with digital transactions firm eServGlobal for a further three years.

The contract encompasses technology platform upgrades as well as support through to 2020. eServGlobal has been a technology vendor to Ooredoo Algeria for more than a decade, facilitating all prepaid recharge requirements. As part of the new contract, eServGlobal will upgrade the technology platforms to the new releases of PayMobile for electronic recharge and VoMS for Voucher Management to facilitate a comprehensive recharge offering for the largely prepaid subscriber base.

James Hume, eServGlobal COO, said, “I’m pleased to be able to share this clear sign of progress against our objective to create true business partnerships with our existing customers. This contract also further supports our commitments to building strong recurring revenue.”

Imed Soussou, Ooredoo Algeria, CTO, said, “Algeria is a growing and dynamic market with strong demand for new technologies. We look forward to continuing this partnership as we work together to build technology solutions for Algeria’s future.”

Ooredoo Algeria is a leading telecommunication provider in the country, with more than 14 million customers, and is part of the Ooredoo Group, which has a presence in ten markets across North Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia. eServGlobal is currently working with Ooredoo Group affiliates in four countries.

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