Cerillion Technologies Signs Partner Agency Agreement With Wireless Solutions International

London, 14th May 2003 -  Convergent CRM and Event Based Billing specialist, Cerillion Technologies, has signed an agreement with Wireless Solutions International of Florida, USA. This agreement supports a strategy to develop business for both Cerillion Event Based Billing & CRM and Cerillion IBAS, the Interconnect Business Management system.

Louis Hall, CEO of Cerillion Technologies, said “We are very excited about this business development agreement with WSI, which has already resulted in two contract wins in the USA. We are also confident of winning further contracts with the help of WSI. Their experience of the needs of the North American market will help us to avoid the pitfalls which have tripped up so many other companies that have tried to enter this market.”
Martin Guilfoyle, President of Wireless Solutions International said: “We are delighted to be working with Cerillion Technologies. Their products have a deservedly high reputation in the current convergent market. Their CRM and Event Based Billing system is particularly well matched for the needs of cellular operators who are moving to install GSM technology. Two such operators have already decided to implement Cerillion systems and these contracts will be announced shortly. The functionality provided will allow them to implement their future products in a fraction of the time we have been used to with conventional billing systems.”

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About Wireless Solutions International

Based in Boca Raton, Florida, with offices in London, Atlanta, Hong Kong and Bermuda, Wireless Solutions International (WSI) specialises in delivering intelligent turnkey solutions for organisations that seek end to end results throughout the transaction chain including: pre-sale support, product definition and implementation, project specification, system application development, network planning and design, market launch implementation and post system integration and support.
Clients include Cingular, T-Mobile, Bellsouth and Nortel.