Claro choose SmartTrust for Central America services

SmartTrust has been awarded a contract by América Móvil to deploy in CA its event-aware and subscriber-centric mobile device management solution.

Monday, October 20, 2008


With the automatic device configuration and SmartTrust's market leading Terminal Capability Repository, América Móvil (Claro) is now able to fully support their Value Added Services (VAS) and ensure that all the devices in its network will be recognized, correctly configured and optimized for the full extent of each device's specific potential and full capability.

"SmartTrust was the clear choice for us as reliability, time to market and complete device recognition are today crucial in the Central America wireless market," said Jose Gordillo, VAS Manager for Claro Guatemala. "As the penetration level of subscribers is rising rapidly, we need to have a solution that improves customer satisfaction in all tiers."

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