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SingTel Selects Axiom Systems for End-to-End Service Fulfillment of Broadband Services

SingTel Selects Axiom Systems for End-to-End Service Fulfillment of Broadband Services

SINGAPORE -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 05/22/07 -- Axiom Systems, the leading provider of service fulfillment software for telecommunications companies, today announced that one of Asia Pacific's key service providers, SingTel, has deployed AXIOSS® for the end-to-end service design, creation and delivery of its business and consumer broadband services.

Working with leading IT & communications engineering services provider, NCS Group, and systems integrator, Fastwire, the contract demonstrates the capabilities of the AXIOSS Suite in helping service providers take exciting next generation services to market faster than ever before.

SingTel requires a flexible service fulfillment solution that can scale to meet the demands of growing broadband adoption and the launch of complex packaged services such as multi-play. Axiom Systems' AXIOSS Suite, incorporates delivery applications for order management, inventory management and service activation. By deploying AXIOSS, SingTel will have the potential to bring new products to market within days of concept.

Mrs. Tan Kah Rhu, Vice President of Core Engineering at SingTel said, "Our objective is to have a next generation service fulfillment platform, tightly integrated with service assurance, that gives us full visibility of our network resources and infrastructure which can be centrally managed for rapid provisioning of orders."

"We selected NCS and Fastwire to prioritize the rollout of our OSS solution and identified Axiom Systems' AXIOSS as the platform," continued Mrs. Tan. "Our aim is to offer our customers products they need and service levels they expect, quickly, while keeping control of our costs and maintaining our position as Asia Pacific's leading communications provider".

Garry Munden, Axiom System's Regional Director for Asia-Pacific commented, "This is a truly exciting time for the company in Asia and working closely with SingTel, NCS Group and Fastwire has extended the success we have seen in other regions. This win demonstrates that Axiom Systems has a market leading product portfolio that can be deployed in a very short timeframe, and is adaptable to the rapidly evolving needs of service providers. The end result for our customers is fast, low cost and low maintenance service creation and fulfillment. We look forward to a continuing successful relationship with SingTel."


About SingTel

SingTel is Asia's leading communications group with operations and investments in more than 20 countries and territories around the world. SingTel's highly developed international network provides direct connections from Singapore to more than 100 countries, and is Asia's largest multi-market mobile operator, serving more than 100 million customers in seven markets. SingTel employs more than 19,000 people worldwide and had a turnover of S$13.14 billion (US$8.12 billion) and net profit after tax of S$4.16 billion (US$2.57 billion) for the year ended 31 March 2006. For more information on SingTel please visit www.singtel.com

About NCS Group

NCS Group is a leading information technology (IT) and communications engineering services provider with about 4,000 staff located in 10 countries across the Asia Pacific and Middle East regions. NCS has in-depth domain knowledge and unique delivery capabilities which focus on defining, realising and sustaining Business Value for its Customers via the innovative use of technology. With proven expertise in consulting, development, systems integration and infrastructure management and solutions, gained while serving government and commercial organisations across the region, NCS delivers end-to-end support for every organisation's technology needs. NCS is headquartered in Singapore and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the SingTel Group.

About Fastwire

Fastwire is a systems integrator providing advanced technology services for Service Providers, specialising in the design, implementation and support of turnkey OSS and network solutions in Australasia and the Asia Pacific region. Operating since early 1998 with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, New Zealand and Singapore, our service provider customers now include SingTel, Vodafone, Telstra, Telkomsel, Time, UeComm, AAPT and Telecom NZ.

About Axiom Systems

Axiom Systems is the leader in software for the design and delivery of wireline and wireless services for communications providers. Axiom Systems provides customers with advanced solutions that include IPTV, VoIP, IP VPN and Triple Play. The company provides the AXIOSS® Suite of operational solutions for order management, service inventory and service activation. More Service Providers in Europe use AXIOSS for IP and broadband fulfillment than any other vendor. Global customers include - Cable & Wireless, Deutsche Telekom, TeliaSonera, AOL, Telekom Austria, TDC, Telecom New Zealand, NTL, Telecom Italia and TelMex. The company is headquartered in the UK, with regional offices in Rome, Munich, Paris, Madrid, Budapest, Seattle, WA, Sydney, Wellington and Singapore.

Axiom Systems
Martine Parsons
Marketing Director
Tel: +44 (0) 118 9294133
Email: [email protected]

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