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Asseco expands the reach of internet highways

Asseco has created an IT system helping broadband operators to manage their network infrastructure across Poland and enabling local internet providers to offer Web access even in the smallest towns.

Currently, tens of thousands of kilometers of broadband networks are being constructed throughout Poland.  These structures can be compared to “highways” that will significantly boost the availability of high-speed Internet across the country. Each highway needs junctions, exit and access roads so that it could be used by local communities. The same applies to the Internet and infrastructure which is necessary to bring it to our homes. The whole system of connected vessels will work on condition we have efficient operators  that manage fiber-optic networks, as well as local internet providers whose task is to serve individual households or businesses. In order to support their activities, we have developed a brand new software called Asseco Convergent Services Environment (Asseco CSE).

Asseco CSE has been created on the basis of Asseco’s experience gained when implementing the “Internet for Mazovia” project and our long-term cooperation with the telecommunications sector. This software responds to the needs of optimizing IT infrastructure, managing services in real-time, as well as marketing of converged products, meaning services that can be bundled within a single offering (e.g. Internet, television and electricity).

“With many years of experience in cooperation with the largest Polish operators, we have managed to create a system that supports the management, sales and billing of converged services, and is well adapted to the requirements of the Polish telecommunications market,” said Radosław Semkło, Director of the Telecommunications and Media Division, Asseco Poland S.A.

Asseco CSE has been designed a component-based system, allowing for highly flexible deployment as well as reducing the costs of maintenance and integration. The system will also be a strong element in pursuing the omnichannel strategy, which involves serving customers through various access channels such as a website, call center, face-to-face meeting, or a mobile application. Asseco CSE can be installed either in the client’s own or Asseco’s infrastructure, hence the system is available for use by large telecom operators as well as by smaller, local players or mobile virtual operators.

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